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Tower down mooring cover


TwoMargaritasPlease

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TwoMargaritasPlease

Has anybody had success with these? I have a 19 25LSV with GX. Bought a cover for use with tower lowered from Commercial Sewing, Got the tower as low as it will possibly go. cover is still so tight I can't stretch it around the rear rub rail. Am I doing something wrong?

https://imgur.com/a/MsZEDEk

 

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TwoMargaritasPlease
1 hour ago, teamerickson said:

I’m guessing the ratchets are fully released?

Looks close. Shoe horn? 😜

Yes. I am very familiar with the use of the regular tower up covers.

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2 hours ago, Cole2001 said:

Slowly pull/shimmy the corner down. New covers are a pain to get around the back. 

And put some clear plastic over the cover to allow it to slide over.  It'll stretch.  Eventually.

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TwoMargaritasPlease
12 hours ago, Eagleboy99 said:

And put some clear plastic over the cover to allow it to slide over.  It'll stretch.  Eventually.

You mean under the cover? I never would have thought of that. Are you talking saran wrap or more like construction poly? 

I did finally manage to wrestle it down, with skinned knuckles to show for it. Thanks for your help.

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