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I don't have one on my new jet boat yet, but I will say don't cheap out on one if you buy. The basic bimini tops come with plastic fittings and thin aluminum frames. If you want the top to hold up to wind or speed I would suggest at least getting stainless hardware. From there you can get thicker aluminum frames or even stainless steel. I would say a decent bimini with a good material will run you at least $500.
 

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Give John's Custom Marine- Alan Stoker a call

What nice about there top is the fabric breaths and the top doesn't whip around and have a sail effect

We have put them on several Daytonas and can go 75-80 with no problems
 
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