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  1. #1
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    Default Needed trailerable pontoon cover

    Any suggestions on a trailerable pontoon cover.

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    All the people that I know that use them had them made at a canvas shop.
    Carl & Suzi
    Denver,NC
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    Generally the mooring covers I use are supposed to be OK for trailering however,
    it is my experience that unless you have cross-over straps you will get enough negative pressure to lift the cover.
    This is the same principal that allows airplanes to fly. Air travels over the top & negative pressure creates lift.
    I'll go with Cwag911 on this one. If you travel any distance and on a regular basis, go to a shop and have one made.
    Yes the cost is higher but if you have to replace other covers every 2 years it is really less expensive.
    Captain Tony
    2005 Summit by Triton - 220T Platinum 3Log
    2005 115HP Mercury Optimax - 228 Marine Master Trailer
    St. Louis & Lake of the Ozarks, MO.

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