Thats a hell of a cover.
150lbs? sweet jesusYoure welcome Pat.
That's about 150lbs of Sunbrella and flannel since the entire cover is lined.
It's not fun lifting it on and off.
Actually, DCB contracts it out to Dan Benz - he makes a nice cover. I spoke with him and the price was actually really good. The only thing was that the boat needed to be at his shop to make it perfect...and it is in SoCal and I didn't want to tow it there when Pauls shop is just 10 minutes away.Looks good. I'm sure you still saved a few hundi rather then going to DCB.
Unfortunately, it doesn't sit in a garage or under one of those big covers, yet. Hopefully, the next garage it sits in is about 25' x 60' and on my property, not in anthemIs that to keep the dust off when it's in the garage?
Not yet- they are being edited as we speak for the full commercial that will be on BoatBling.net, however I will get the raw video too and get it posted so everyone can view. I can't wait to see it. Hope to get all of this stuff back by the end of this week before we travel to Lake Tahoe.Hey Patrick, did you ever post those videos up from last week?
No prop cover???
Me neither - but indoor near my house is nearly $500 a month and surrounded by construction :|err I'll save that $ and build a house with an RV Garagevery nice cover....BUT I cant believe your leaving your baby outside.
Tough Crowd We'll be at Mohave with everyone else if you make it Expect a river trip (havasu or parker) sometime in October.Looks like long term storage to me Patrick! Maybe see ya next season?....hand
Yep - that's the goal. Its all of 150lbs, but the most durable cover I have ever seen. If I ever get a new boat, Paul will just build that cover too from day oneAt 150 lbs you probably won't ever have to replace it! Man that's some cover!