Top fabric available in vinyl or long-lasting acrylic.
8' Bimini Top Frame sold separately and can be found through item search at item number 38-581-706-00
How to Measure for Your Bimini Top: Length--Measure the length of the area you want to shade. (Caution: Leave enough length behind and in front of the bimini top to secure attachment straps). Width--Find the pivot where the bimini frame mounting hardware will be mounted on the sides of the boat. This will be the center of the bimini length. Determine top width by measuring the distance between the mounting point on one side of the boat to the same location on the opposite side of the boat. This measurement is not the same as the actual beam of the boat.
Rated 2 out of 5 by DOC2 Doesn't Fit Properly
The Bimini Top does not fit the Fisher pontoon properly. First of all there is no hole for the Anchor light pole, also once you put it on the 2 center slots for the 2 center poles are not properly measured which causes either the front or back poles to be too short to connect back to the frame. You have to lengthen either the 2 back or the 2 front poles. This would be a simple fix if they would have tried this item out on the Fisher Pontoon boats but obviously they haven't done this or they would know. I also had to cut a hole in the fabric for my light to fit through. This would have also been an easy fix. Since most pontoons have this light mounted on the top frame I'd say this Bimini Top is not made for pontoon boats. Also there are no attachment straps!
May 13, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by MNALL Good Value
Very easy to assemble and the cost compared to other stores was very reasonable. Looks Great
April 29, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by hunter of the wiley catfish John N. Walker
I first purchased my 8' white vinyl bimini top in the spring of 2000. My boat is out in the weather constantly from early March to late Nov.Other than the one time my lovely and gracious wife put the top up while I was at work to dry it out and a bad wind storm came by and did a little damage,it is just as functional as the day I put it on the boat. I run lines on the Mo. river and fish there almost every week with a 19' river jon. I have no complaints.
June 25, 2006