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I just finished this thing, so I wanted to show it off. My 10 ft. zodiac sits in the water and the sun 24/7, So I decided to make a cover for it.<-----(too cheap to pay someone to do it):D It turned out pretty good for a first timer I think. :)sphss



 

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I just finished this thing, so I wanted to show it off. My 10 ft. zodiac sits in the water and the sun 24/7, So I decided to make a cover for it.<-----(too cheap to pay someone to do it):D It turned out pretty good for a first timer I think. :)sphss



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Damn good job Todd. Are you taking orders yet? :D
LOL, I must be getting hosed on the material, or using too expensive of material. It would cost $720 just to buy the sunbrella material to do one for a 25 ft boat. Maybe they use cheaper material for normal boat covers, Arent they like $200 at Wallmart?(Wally's Marine Supply)
 

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hey is that stepside for sale??
 

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Good job Todd, by the way what is that junk in the backround unter the other cover???It looks like it has two points on it...:D You need to make a cove for that also...:)hand
 

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Good job Todd, by the way what is that junk in the backround unter the other cover???It looks like it has two points on it...:D You need to make a cove for that also...:)hand
oh that, thats all thats left of my home equity:D
 
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