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Made of heavy-duty fiberglass, these strong and flexible Boat Cover Bows from Dock Edge™ will hold up even the heaviest boat covers and prevent pools of water from forming. Boat Cover Bows are simple way to prolong your boat cover's life. Easy to cut if custom fit is desired. Sku 1012682 (Model 91-603-F) comes in two 3' pieces held together with a stainless steel connector to make it 6' long.
It would be nice if came weth some thing to mount it in.I though it came weth every thing.
November 16, 2010
Some guys use wooden strapping to make the bow so that the boat cover doesn't pool with rainwater. I bought one of these, and it seems to work OK. I am still learning exactly where and how to place it. It is hard to bend and to keep it where you want it.
The two ends fit together just fine in the metal clasp, and it bows well. So far, so good. I don't think it is strong enough for snow cover. I will switch to a long wooden board in the late fall strung between my windshield and motor.
August 18, 2009
Not impressed !!! These are a 2 peice version that are so skinny and flimsy ! They do not fit in the metal bow sockets tight ! Only 1/8 inch thick ! To think i could have just cut a season of bows out of 1 2 x 4 for 3 bucks and paid almost 90 for 4 of these junk items was a big mistake !!!!! Don't waste your money!!!!!!
April 4, 2007
I recently purchased a set of 2 fiberglass bow. they have perforemed admirably. I installed one in the front and one in the back and they created the slope that I needed so the water would not pool on the cover. Too long? No problem. Just cut them down to the length needed. I would certainly recommend these over wooden bows as the wooden bown warped over time.
September 5, 2006
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