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Boat Cover Supports - Wood Bows or Slat Sockets

   

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Cover Support Bows

60-84"

  • $12.99

  • SKU: 268797

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Slat Sockets

  • $8.99

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Recommended for use with all boat covers. Prevents sagging and water pooling. Includes two 48" wood bows and spring tension gripping buckles. Adjusts to fit inside beam widths up to 84".

Boat Cover Supports - Wood Bows or Slat Sockets 3.5 5 12 12
Good winter storage supports For winter storage, I use the wood bows to support the cover of my 17' aluminum bass boat, in combination with a centerline strap support and pedestal seats. I don't use the slat sockets, since the bows brace up under the gunwales pretty firmly. Without the pedestal seats and centerline web support, though, I think I would need the slat sockets to help keep the bows in place. The wood bows are narrower than I had expected, only about 1-1/2 inches wide. Also, the metal buckle that joins the two slats together leaves a sharp projection sticking upward into the cover, so you should wrap the buckle and the end of the upper slat (which also sticks up when installed) with a towel or foam wrap to keep from tearing the cover. February 1, 2012
Save your Cover Attwood sockets for cover support bows are the worst I have ever used. They are cheaply built and will not withstand any pressure from any type of bows. In using Attwood sockets they have broken or bent and put holes in two of my $300.00 boat covers. Save your cover and do not use these cheaply built sockets. July 20, 2008
First Time Boat Cover Slats Initially I had a problem figurung where to mount the slat sockets. After examining the slats and their mounting into the sockets, I realized that they needed to be mounted on the deck of my Bass boat to provide the arch I needed to mount the slats. Also I added lines forward and aft to stabilze the slats. Some instructions may have aided in the install. But... after the fact, they work great and I have cut my boat covering time in half compared to the way I used to do it. April 21, 2011
Not so good The wooden bows I purchased consisted of two bows and a metal devise of on which to adjust the length, which lacks good directions, after adjusting the bows to provide the correct arch for the cover you will realize there is nothing to protect the boat cover from scuffing the cover, also one of the bows will be sticking up due to the overlapping of the two bows and it also will scuff the cover. November 6, 2012
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Does the 48" wood bows come two in a pack like the discription says?
Does the Fiberglass bows fit in the slat socket?
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Kit has two 48" finished hardwood bows and a spring tension-grip buckle to adjust length. Fits inside beam up to 84". No need to cut and fit.
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I bought the 8 foot fiberglass bows which are two - 48 inch slats that connect in the center by a metal "slide clip". The fiberglass bows easily fit in the stainless steel bow sockets. The sockets are low profile and look really good on my fiberglass bass boat. They provide no interference with rod holders or the bimini top that I use. I highly recommend them.
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Not stainless steel. The wood bows come Two (2) per pack.
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Didn't get bows,only sockets. my bows are fiberglass and they fit great. The sockets DO come two in a pack.
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There are two pieces per package that make one bow or arch.
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when purchasing universal wooden bows there are two 48" bows in each package and one metal bracket used to hold the two wooden bows in place, caution use some material to cover the metal bracket so the boat cover doesn't get scuffed, resulting in a hole.
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There are 2 bow sockets per package - enough for use with any size bow...one socket for each side of your boat.
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Two(2) per pack.
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two slat sockets to a pack.
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