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I have a 2000 Malibu LSV Escape. I bought it last year and it came with a cover. The cover doesn't look original and is in two pieces. One piece covers the bow and the other piece covers the windshield and everything back to the stern. The cover attaches via snaps. The cover itself is canvas and seems somewhat waterproof. That said, even if it were completely waterproof, the shape over the cover wouldn't prevent water from entering the boat. Anything that lands on the windshield will go right under the bow cover. I've seen other boats that have covers that wrap underneath the bow and seem like they would keep the rain out. I'm getting mildew inside my boat and need to solve this. For outside storage, how do I keep the rain out? Also, bonus points if your solution works for snow also. (I'm in Utah and have been paying to have my boat shrink wrapped in the winter).
If anyone has a cover they are willing to sell I would be more than interested in taking it off of their hands. Recently bought this boat without a cover and would like to keep the interior nice. It has an illusion tower so the cover would need the cut outs for it.
I have a new to me 2003 RLXI which has a thin aftermarket cover. I really like the factory covers with ratchets but not the price. I saw a TXI cover for sale at a decent price and wonder if it would fit close enough on a 2003 RLXI to be worth the purchase or if you recommend another source for covers similar to the factory covers? Thanks in advance!