Shademate Polyester 3-Bow Bimini Top, 6'L x 54"H, 73"-78" Wide
Curved side profile for less wrinkles
Deck mounts swivel for various mounting options
Zippered bow pockets for easier installation
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Product DescriptionIn an effort to continue to provide the best products at the best value, we've made several improvements to the already outstanding design of Shademate Bimini Tops. The result is a better fit and appearance with a much easier setup and installation. These tops are still built tough using only the finest materials, but now installation has been made easier with a new zippered bow pocket that securely holds the top to the frame. The middle pocket is wider so it's easier to install with no need for extra straps between bows. Our new design also includes a curved side profile for a better looking fit with less wrinkling. A single seam down the center of the top helps the fit and decreases the chance of seam failure. Screws used in the assembly of the frame no longer contact the fabric, so there is less wear and tear. Zippered bow pockets for easier installation. Curved side profile for less wrinkles and better looking fit. Single seam design fits better. 7/8" bright anodized aluminum frame with stainless steel screws. Deck mounts swivel for various mounting options. Includes a FREE matching, fully zippered storage boot to keep your top clean and neat when not in use.
6.5-oz. polyester fabric is easy to handle, stow, and clean. Designed to remain strong and durable. Five-year warranty.
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Q:The height of the Bimini Top (i.e. 36" 48" 54" ) is that determined from the floor of the boat to the bimini top. I own a 1996 Sea Ray Signature 23 ft. bowrider. I want to get a top highenough to walk under?Asked on 7/18/2012 by Chuck from Bergen County,NJ
Q:Are the mounting materials included for a fiberglass boat?Asked on 6/14/2011 by Kim from Las Cruces NM