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Boat Cover Support System - 2 Pole

Part Number:MCS-1097
Boat Cover Support System - 2 Pole
Your Price: $60.48

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By using 1” webbing to anchor the telescoping support pole, 2 Pole Boat Cover Support System allows for the greatest support for preventing water pocketing on any boat cover. Once the boat cover support system is initially set up, repeating the install is a breeze by simply looping the webbing to the anchor points on the boat, pulling the loose end of the webbing making it taunt and then installing the cover. No need to worry about the support pole falling between uses. 2 pole boat cover support system for windshield back covers for bass/fishing and pontoon boats up to 28 feet.

Webbing:1.5 mm thick, 1” wide black polypropylene.

Webbing Break Strength: 575 lbs.

Cap Diameter: 3.5”

Cap Content: Nylon

Tube Diameter For Cap: 3/4”

System Includes: 2 adjustable cam lock support pole, 2 cap and 5 - 18' adjustable webbing straps.

Installation Instructions:

Step 1: Locate the two support pole trees, they will connected to each other by one strap. Starting from the front, the two loose are to be fitted or looped around the front cleat(s) or the tip of the bow.

Step 2: The remaining 2 straps are coming off the rear support tree are then anchored to the rear of the boat on each side. Adjust the webbing slide to create a big or small loop in the strap and attach them to the aft corner cleat, transom eye or hull corners.

Step 3: Using the adjustable webbing slides, adjust each of the three straps to create tension pulling against themselves from front to back and side to side. By manipulating the slides and adjusting the webbing, the pole support trees can be maneuvered into your desired location.

Step 4: Once the location of the support tree is in place, install an adjustable support pole and adjust to the desired height.

Step 5: Once adjusted you have the option to cut of the excess webbing. Make sure to singe the cut webbing with a hot knife or lighter to prevent the webbing from fraying.

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