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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 90"L x 66"W x 86"H.
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Q:Can some one give me a clue or tip on how this should go up ? I have two antenna's. Do you start from the back or front? This does not seem to be a one man job. No tips or instructions with product other than tag telling me where the front is.. It would be pretty simple if no antenna's where up there.Asked on 7/12/2009 by MB from PC, Fl
A:Put the cover on from back to front with the slot open to pass over the antennae. It can be done by one person with some patience.
I found that leaving the antennae sticking out in the sun, degraded the fiberglass on the top 2 feet on the ant. and when I slid the cover back over the ant. it shattered it. I had to buy a new ant.
I simply installed a connector in line with the ant. wire so that I could disconnect the lead and unscrew the ant. and remove it before putting the cover on.
Also, I made a PVC frame ( arched ) to sit on the T-Top to keep the cover from rubbing on the ant. mount, pole light and GPS ant.
I put a grommet in the center of the cover right at the hem and tie a rope to it , throw the rope over and slide the cover up on to the top and pull it over the arch to the front.Answered on 6/1/2010 by mtnskunkman from Sneads Ferry, N.C.
A:Put your antennas in the down position. Locate the velcro opening for the antennas and open it to feed the antennas through the opening from the back of the T-top.The velcro strip shoud run directly across the back of the T-top. Then just feed the the cover toward the front and down. The first time is awkward but its pretty easy once you see how it fits and the configuration of your boat.I also bungeed the bottom securely otherwise I think it would balloon and come off in a stiff wind. I also placed foam coozies on my rod holders AFTER the cover was on to protect it from rubbing holes in the cover. Hope that helps.Good luck.Answered on 5/16/2012 by you and me from Little River SC
Q:Can't relate to what the material is. Is it similar to those blue or gray tarps. I'm concerned about how it will hold up especially on the rocket launchers on top of the T-Top.Asked on 6/24/2009 by Anonymous
A:It is made of 6 oz polyester which is a common boat cover material. Most of the blue or gray tarps are made of woven nylon which have more of a plastic feel. The polyester is a much better material. We also offer reinforcement material (item 73511) that sticks to the underside of the cover to protects areas of the cover for things like rod holders.Answered on 6/25/2009 by Michael from Overtons
Q:Have a 21' angler hudson bay 204 C/C with fixed T-top with rocket launchers on rear (top) of the T-Top will this cover fit my boat.Asked on 6/5/2009 by Frank from North Arlington,NJ
A:Thank you for your inquiry. Unfortunately you would need to measure your T-Top to ensure proper fit.Answered on 6/8/2009 by Donald from Overtons
A:There is a velcro strip on the cover at the back of your t-top. Open it and place atntenna there and close the velcro.Answered on 9/13/2010 by Pete from Burleson, Tx