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Product DescriptionA Covermate T-Top Cover is a quick and simple solution to protecting the essential area of your boat, under the T-Top. This lightweight cover is made of weather-resistant 6-oz. polyester. Easy to install, this cover is designed to protect the forward livewell/seating area and the leaning post/captain's chair at the helm. Features a full-length zipper entry, Velcro closure sleeve that allows antennas and outriggers to pass through, and an adjustable sewn-in elastic draw cord. Mesh storage bag included. Five-year warranty. Not recommended for trailering. Fits T-Tops up to 108"L x 84"W x 90"H.
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Q:Do you have a t-top cover that mounts under the t-top. I have antenna and light that extends past the t-top that cover can not go over. The Covermate covers the top and thats why it won't work for my boat. Any suggestions?Asked on 5/19/2009 by Veronica from Plantation, Florida
A:Veronica - We do not currently offer the covers that go below the t-top. Our cover is design with a velcro opening all the way across the top back of the cover which allow your antenna and light to pass through the opening and stick out the back of the cover. See link for photo of how this works.
The covers that go below the t-top leave your t-top canvas, hardtop, radar antenna and other expensive items exposed to the elements whereas ours protects all of these.Answered on 5/26/2009 by Michael from Overtons
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