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Big Jay D

Titan III Bimini pictures.

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Big Jay D

I'm going to be building a new Shade this winter. I would like to see some oversized, under the tower, Bimini pictures to give me some ideas. 

Thanks all!

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Steve B.

Same exact project I want to complete before next summer. 

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ChainSetter

I'll try and get u some pix when I pull my 07 out to sell it (probably end of March) if that's not too late.  I have the Titan III. If I can find any old pix I'll send them  but they wouldnt be detailed 

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TallRedRider

It was not quite an oversized bimini, but it could have easily been made a lot longer and still be stable.  It did cover a good portion of the cockpit, even on the 247.  It was made by tower biminis, and I think they can custom make it if you are were thinking of just paying someone.   I still love and miss that tower.  If I could steal one and put it on my G23, I would consider it.  

First picture was meant to show off my surf pockets.    

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RIP, Pops.  I was able to take my dad to Lake Powell about a year before he passed.  Good times!  He is not as ornery as he looked in this picture, HAHA.  

 

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I am sure I have other pictures if you need some other view.  

 

 

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Gavin17

Lake Powell photos always look awesome.  My dad just passed too.  He was able to take one ride in the Malibu this summer.  He got me into boating and taught me to ski on my parents IO when I was a kid.  I'll miss him. 

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Bill_AirJunky

Jake's boat. Its like 6' long, bigger than most I've seen, pretty conventional arrangement of supports. I thought I had some more pics of it but am striking out finding them. You might give him a call & ask for others.

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Big Jay D

Thanks fellas. Basically I just trying to wrap my mind around pole placement with all these curves. And I'm trying to see where my limitations might be. I want a BIG Bimini. I like shade for my kids and myself. Mostly the kids though. 

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jk13

How removable/foldable do you need it? Here's an old thread with pics of a beautiful huge bimini on a Tige that looks to come off in one piece:

 

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