Check this out, I quess it was a little cold this am

mrkrabs

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Went out to check on my boat and this is what I found. Pretty amazing. mrkrabs
 

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It appears to be some form of water.......but in a solid form :rofl:
 
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mrkrabs

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Yes I did find that on the bow of the boat. There is an area where the boat cover sags a little, and the boat's still there. mrkrabs
 
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lynndeva

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Yes I did find that on the bow of the boat. There is an area where the boat cover sags a little, and the boat's still there. mrkrabs


that's what I was thinking..same here on my boat cover..mine would be identical LOL
 
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riverplayer

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Crawl under your cover and add an old broom handle cut to length to raise the sagging area of your cover. It will add a pitch to your low spot and all water/ice will roll off your cover and not accumulate.
 
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lynndeva

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Crawl under your cover and add an old broom handle cut to length to raise the sagging area of your cover. It will add a pitch to your low spot and all water/ice will roll off your cover and not accumulate.

you wouldn't believe how many objects/cones/handles I put under there trying to make that convex..water always seems to evade it
 
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OILAGER

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Crawl under your cover and add an old broom handle cut to length to raise the sagging area of your cover. It will add a pitch to your low spot and all water/ice will roll off your cover and not accumulate.


For my Crestliner I use 2 inch diameter PVC cut to length with a "T" on top and caps on the end to prevent abrasion, like pitching a tent. The best part is the PVC fits perfectly into the seat pedestal hole.
 
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lynndeva

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I bet you could get your neighbor to pitch a tent in your bow when it rains.

take a look at his boat they pulled out a couple of weeks after they threw him out of his house...boat hadn't been moved in about 15 years...I don't even want to describe what was inside of it (I'll give you a little hint, see that brown stuff on the step next to the outboard? it's not fish guts :shithappens:) ...he's not pitching much of anything LOL

I donated some free wheels/tires to the new home owner so they could haul it away :rodent:
 

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