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cbg_37

Bimini install in water?

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cbg_37

Can I install a bimini top if the boat is in the slip?

thanks, in advance!

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Simo

Don't see why you couldn't

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Broccoli2

what are your concerns?

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jwl019

You should be able to, just make sure your cordless drill is good and charged if not a tower specific bimini. I would also take the hardware that comes with it and go to your local hardware store and get a couple spare bolts/nuts/screws/etc. to make sure you have enough in case you drop anything in the water.

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cbg_37

Thanks for the responses! I didn't think it would be a problem, but all the video showing how to install show boats out of the water, so I thought I was missing something.

Got it assembled and on my way to install (with extra hardward, jwl019)!

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jwl019

You will wonder how you ever did make it without a bimini after you use it some! I will not own another boat without having one on it.

I have found out the hard way that if you don't have spare hardware when installing anything on the water, you will drop every piece imaginable, bit if you buy spares you won't drop a single piece since you came prepared!

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