Took her up to InCanvas in Everett for hard plastic sides with a removable drop curtain across the back. I got the first picture showing the process of making the templates ill keep updating as i get pics from Christiane
You will like the macrolon, it is super clear. It will crack though if it can flex enough . I have a spot on mine on the side curtain where when running it was hitting one of the aluminum bars and cracked. After that I used that sticky foam that people put on truck canopys anywhere the macrolon hit the aluminum bars. I've never taken it off since I had it installed like 8 years ago and still more clear than glass.
You need to have a vent installed into your window. It will give you the air flow you need.Yeah, it’s a cooker alright, I plan on installing some fans for some ventilation, I alway fish with the back off for twoooooonahhhhhh
The back curtains are strataglass, They made the back curtains into a 3 piece so I can remove each section and store them, the old one was one piece that covered the whole back with the door in it so I had to wrangle the whole thing at once. The 3 piece setup is much more manageable.It turned out great. Very nice attention to detail. What’s your storage setup like compared to strataglass? Is it easy to put it on and remove? I think I need this....
You need to have a vent installed into your window. It will give you the air flow you need.
This is my personal boat. But have installed many of these when using makrolon.
Only have pic of outside right now. Will get pictures of inside tomorrow. Please excuse the umbrella on the back deck was working on hatches and moving bait tank and our sun in So.cal has been mean.
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