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I just purchased a 1993 Warrior Python and the cover is in rough shape. Can anyone recommend a outfitter in the cities to get a new one? Would you recommend a custom fit cover? I was told to go to Cabelas or Crystal Pierz Marine. Just wondering if anyone else had an opinion. Thanks.

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Not sure what your boat looks like, but Cabelas had a bunch of covers in the bargain cave in Rogers, might be worth a check.

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There's a place in Savage called Tarps Inc. people say really good things about them.

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Tarps Inc gets my vote also. More money, but you will apprecaite it every time you use it. A generic cover never seams to fit right. Covers flating while towing can scratch up your boat because the road grime gets beat into the finish. Well worth the $ to protect your investment laugh.gif

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Oops, that would be "flapping"

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