Dallas Manufacturing Boat Cover Support Pole

   

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  • Supports boat cover to prevent water pockets on cover
  • Constructed from durable ABS PVC
  • Individual adjustable poles allow for different heights
The Boat Cover Support Pole eliminates low spots, preventing water and debris from gathering on your cover. Constructed of durable ABS plastic. Adjusts from 12" to 54".

Manufacturer model #: BC50009.
Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 44 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by simple and works Cheap quality but simple to use and effective. I have a few. They are prone to break at the base. April 3, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Plastic shattered in MN cold Bummer! Had high hopes, even with need to duct tape the multiple plastic pieces together to stabilize. I liked the wide base and the wide smooth top plate, thinking that this would minimize strain along cover contact points. I placed two poles securely, however both toppled and shattered to smitherines in moderate wind and moderate/typical Minnesota winter temperatures with absolutely no movement of the boat trailer. I had even placed rubberized shelving sheets under the base plate/floor carpet and top plate/cover sites to decrease slippage at these locations, but the polls were unable to withstand even the most minimal wind movement. Very disappointed, and out $50 + to boot! December 9, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by not worth having this thing is made so cheaply that if you don't have your boat cover on straight and pull any side motion it will break. Broke the first time I tried to use it. Don't buy it !!! December 6, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Needs enhancing I knew that these boat cover supports are not great because I've used them before and they tend to topple over during heavy rain and/or strong winds. I've found that the solution is to screw the support base down to a 12 inch square (or bigger or rectangular) piece of half inch plywood. Other than the tipping over problem, I like them because they don't dammage the cover. August 26, 2013
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One of mine broke while traveling.
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They tip over with trailer standing still and minimal wind. Even with duct taping of the multiple plastic sections, placement of rubberized shelving sheets under base plate and top plates, and cover fastened TIGHTLY, they (two) toppled and shattered to bits under minimal wind and moderate Minnesota winter weather conditions.
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they fall over and if the wind blows at all, it will break.
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i would not use them when traveling. They tip easily.
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they tip when they are standing still No they would not hold up to travel
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They don't work well when parked in my drive way. Any wind that comes causes the stand to fall over under the cover. ALL of the posts that came with the stand were ALL warped, some worst than others. This stand isn't worth anything if it can't even stay standing
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no, they don't make it thru 5 mph winds. Poorly made, tubes split right away. Plastic tubes way to thin.
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Only traveled once with my modifications and I didn't have a problem.
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8 plastic pieces: top plate, bottom plate, 6 plastic pole sections. Offers multiple sites for instability. NOT good!
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One, but in multiple pieces.
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one steer clear of this product not worth it
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One complete pole that includes one round bowl shaped disc for the top of the pole, four straight sections of pole and one base plate that holds the sections upright. Please note my modifcation for this pole for more stability.
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one set of poles in each package
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one pole assembly
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