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Discussion in 'Technical Stuff' started by 1trotter, Jan 23, 2019.
Has anyone tried this yet?
I like it. May have to see it on a boat first but I think it would keep the toons looking nice for a long time
I agree. I just kicked off an email to them asking if I can install it myself. No dealers within 150 miles of me, doesn't look too hard.
I contacted two of the dealers listed on their site...
Neither knew a thing about the product...
It's like they just signed up for shits & grins...
The last thing I'm going to do is be a guinea pig...
I have it on my Benny and I'm glad that I went with it. There are many shallows, rocks and other hazards in my waters and I feel like it was a solid investment.
The guards still look new after a full season in salt water. I recommend them if you think that you need the protection. They have delivered as advertised for me so far.
I emailed them a couple days ago via their website and haven't heard anything yet. That's a disappointing beginning. Perhaps next week.
I'm looking into the Wrap
Our dealer installs it and I've seen it in the showroom as well as on the lake. Due to a botched acid wash, they are installing it on my boat. I'll have pictures and a write-up in June when the ice clears. They also have a clear wrap that you put on new toons and it looks great.
The clear wrap is what I want. My toons are polished. Thanks for the info. Do you remember the cost?
I've got a GCW 2574 and I think it was about $2500 with most of that being labor. If I had a new boat or polished toons, I'd do it in a heartbeat. It's a 3M material and if necessary can be completely removed. Further, I'm told that badly damaged areas can be cut out and repaired. That said, at this point I don't have any experience with the product but seeing it in person, I was impressed.
The ice better clear before June .
It certainly looks great on the showroom boats. Looking forward to seeing Steve’s boat this summer after its added to his. Considering the stuff ourselves.
Looks like a great product but with the sidelights on my boat wondering how it would effect that
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