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09-26-2021 04:17 PM
jax833 gooooley : custom craft in minnesota, they can make it work!
09-22-2021 10:10 AM
320bull The track its mounted in
09-22-2021 10:00 AM
320bull Not the best pictures. The jump seats are not usable and the storage below is cumbersome to access when its down but the live well is functional.
09-20-2021 01:59 PM
MikeG1 Looking forward to those pictures. Thanks.
09-20-2021 11:49 AM
320bull Is there a picture posting tutorial?
09-20-2021 10:55 AM
320bull I have a 208 and had a custom bimini top with removable clear panels for between it and the windshield as well as removable side curtains. It leaves me room for fishing behind it as well. Its mounted in tracks so I can slide it rearward and store it right in front of the motor. Been very happy with it. I will post up some pix here shortly. Cost me 1300 bucks if I remember correctly but the fella came and did the work on the boat in my barn over the winter otherwise it would have been less. i couldn't be happier with it
09-19-2021 07:30 PM
Opus Dog Forgot to upload the last photos.
09-19-2021 07:28 PM
Opus Dog I like how it sits across the back deck and doesn't hinder access to anything.
09-19-2021 07:27 PM
Opus Dog I have included several pictures of my Bimini Top. It's just a regular one ordered off the net and rail mounted. I have the pool noodles attached to keep it from rubbing against the boat. It just sits on the back deck when folded down. I really like it a lot and use it on most days. When on the water and the temp gets to about 50 degrees and above the Bimini goes up. I did replace all the straps with higher grade straps. The back straps hook directly to cisco rail mounts. The front straps just rap around the rails. If in a jam and need to put on the floor, the quick release will allow me to easily disconnect and drop it down and it wont mar the boat.
09-08-2021 09:38 AM
Originally Posted by That Minnesota guy View Post
Thanks for rotating them.

I'll generally leave it at home unless I know I am using it, mainly because I don't like how it stows.
I like the small eisenglass panels of your top on the section above the windshield. That reduces heat buildup when using the top as a sun shade. Mine is all eisenglass which lets in too much sun..

Your storage problem illustrates the single most important feature of a top. My factory top stows on the floor all the time except when the top is raised. If you canít figure out how to do that on your boat my recommendation is donít get a top. If your top doesnít stow out of the way it wonít be used because the top is an unmanageable nuisance. It wonít stow in your boat and probably wonít stow in your truck. The only solution is to leave it home.
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