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Tailoring a travel cover...? #12876448 08/25/18 03:49 PM
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I have a factory Ranger cover designed to fit with the seats in. I'd like it to fit w/o seats. Anybody ever have one modified/tailored to do that? Trying to decide if it's more cost effective to do that than buying a new "flat" factory or custom cover.

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Re: Tailoring a travel cover...? [Re: M. Alexander] #12876490 08/25/18 04:46 PM
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Originally Posted By: M. Alexander
I have a factory Ranger cover designed to fit with the seats in. I'd like one to fit w/o seats. Anybody ever have one modified/tailored to do that? Trying to decide if it's more cost effective to do that than buying a new "flat" factory or custom cover.

I have a ranger cover as well doesnt fit over fortrex . There is a place in Duncanville that can alter it just havent took time to do it yet maybe winter.
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Re: Tailoring a travel cover...? [Re: M. Alexander] #12877046 08/26/18 12:59 PM
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Does someone have the name and phone number for the folks in Duncanville? Thanks in advance, Dick


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Re: Tailoring a travel cover...? [Re: M. Alexander] #12877503 08/27/18 12:34 AM
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I had mine modified to go around my ultrex, helix etc. The guy also reinforced it at every contact point on the boat that may possibly wear the cover. All for a measly 250! Look around for a boat upholstery place so theyll know how well it really needs to fit.

Re: Tailoring a travel cover...? [Re: Jeff From Iowa] #12877866 08/27/18 02:13 PM
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Originally Posted By: Jeff From Iowa
I had mine modified to go around my ultrex, helix etc. The guy also reinforced it at every contact point on the boat that may possibly wear the cover. All for a measly 250! Look around for a boat upholstery place so theyll know how well it really needs to fit.


Good to know...thank you, Sir!


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