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Old 09-04-2021, 11:19 AM
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Seconded! I've tried finding pics online of boats anything like mine (2020 620FS Cup) with Bimini tops, but no luck whatsoever.

Gerry
if your just looking for a quality bimini top get your measurements then look on eBay and check the most expensive first. then look for the right size width and length. get one that already made for name brand boat. i got one made for a champion that fit my boat perfectly. my boat was 84" from one side to the other brackets on the other side. the top I got was from 82" to 86". they come fully assembled and are ready to attach to your brackets that's already installed. or you can attach the new brackets to the boat. mine came with posts in the back and not straps and came with quick disconnects for the back posts and I mounted them for the top to attach to.
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Old 09-05-2021, 08:01 AM
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Could you post a pic of it Last Chance. Thanks for the ebay info as well.
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Old 09-05-2021, 08:53 AM
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These are poor pictures on my Lund 202 but you'll get the idea.
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Sorry, maybe somebody knows how to rotate them.
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Old 09-05-2021, 09:40 AM
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Sorry, maybe somebody knows how to rotate them.
Here you go...

Looks very nice and very functional, by the way!

Got any pictures of it retracted, too? Or is that a permanent installation? (I still don't know much about these things.)

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Old 09-05-2021, 09:48 AM
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MN guy,

I really like your top. Very functional. Thanks for posting pics.

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Old 09-05-2021, 09:49 AM
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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.
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Old 09-05-2021, 10:05 AM
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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.
No problem. Thanks for showing us what things look like!

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Old 09-05-2021, 02:53 PM
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Could you post a pic of it Last Chance. Thanks for the ebay info as well.
normally I would love to but we got home from a trip to Erie. then the next day I started to back it in the pole barn. I called my son who lives next door to come to guide me in and make sure it doesn't hit anything. after waiting about 39 minutes I got fed up and took off backing it in. I got out unhooked the trailer. my son finally shows up and says what did you do. I said I waited and you never showed up so I backed the boat in. I had just put the new top on before the trip. and it didn't have back straps like my old top did it had posts that leaned back about 20%. my old top laid down this one just leaned against the back post. well, when I backed in the top caught against the top of the door. it bent the top-up bad and the right side came up and hit the window frame bending the top and hitting the glass and busting it then it looks like it tore the top loose from the boat. the top is a bent mess, and the boat was totaled. now my son offered to chip in on another boat. so we got an 89 sylvan 26'. it already has a bimini top with new side curtains.
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normally I would love to but we got home from a trip to Erie. then the next day I started to back it in the pole barn. I called my son who lives next door to come to guide me in and make sure it doesn't hit anything. after waiting about 39 minutes I got fed up and took off backing it in. I got out unhooked the trailer. my son finally shows up and says what did you do. I said I waited and you never showed up so I backed the boat in. I had just put the new top on before the trip. and it didn't have back straps like my old top did it had posts that leaned back about 20%. my old top laid down this one just leaned against the back post. well, when I backed in the top caught against the top of the door. it bent the top-up bad and the right side came up and hit the window frame bending the top and hitting the glass and busting it then it looks like it tore the top loose from the boat. the top is a bent mess, and the boat was totaled. now my son offered to chip in on another boat. so we got an 89 sylvan 26'. it already has a bimini top with new side curtains.
Well, I've heard of happier reasons to get a new boat... OUCH!!!

Gerry
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