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Old 06-30-2011, 01:16 PM
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Question Trailering cover for 197 with mini tower

A little rain doesn't bother me and I try to never tow the boat when I might need a cover, but I live in WA so the reality is that rain happens. Which cover have you all found to be the best for towing a 197? Being that my boat is all black, I think I need something that is lined with felt or fleece at the perimeter so it doesn't chafe the gelcoat. I've heard good things about www.theprocover.com, but their website primarily shows their cover on Nautiques. Is anyone using them for their 197? If so, can you post some pics? What else have people had success with?

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They dont have a boat pattern for the 197 it seems.
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Old 06-30-2011, 01:27 PM
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Brent at Coversports (a/k/a theprocover.com) is awesome. I have one on my 98 SN and it is second to none. With measurements, he can get you something that fits wonderfully. Plus, he's in Washington, which helps if it needs adjustments.

He just did one based on measurements for the owner of planetnautique on a hull he hand never done a cover for before and it was perfect out of the box according to the boat owner.
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They dont have a boat pattern for the 197 it seems.
I've confirmed via email that they do.
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Brent at Coversports (a/k/a theprocover.com) is awesome. I have one on my 98 SN and it is second to none. With measurements, he can get you something that fits wonderfully. Plus, he's in Washington, which helps if it needs adjustments.

He just did one based on measurements for the owner of planetnautique on a hull he hand never done a cover for before and it was perfect out of the box according to the boat owner.
Thanks, Tex. Score one for Brent.
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They dont have a boat pattern for the 197 it seems.
If you go by their website, they don't have the pattern for my 98 SN either. Of course, if you see his business card, it has a picture of a 98 SN with a CS cover on it.
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