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Fishing Junky

Lund Pro Trak Cover

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Hey Guys. I was wondering about the Lund Pro Trak Covers and if anyone is using one? How do you like it? Do you use bows or poles for support? My boat is a 06 1625 Classic tiller and I need to get either a custom snap cover or a Lund Pro Trak. Thanks for any info on the cover. Junky....

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I would go custom and get exactly what ya want if you can afford it.

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I hear ya there North. I'm not sure though if they will be able to use the tracking system on the boat or will have to drill? If they have to drill, I think there is going to be probs with room to drill as the tracking system takes up so much of the space. I'll have to call them up and see.

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I have a Lund ProTrak cover and it works great. I've got it

on an 06 1800 Fisherman. The cover came with ajustable poles

one front and one back. The cover is easy to get on and off

but only time will tell how well it holds up.

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A good canvas company will be able to use the track system you have. I have a friend who had his done at Proctor Canvas and they used his Lund system.

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Thanks for the info guys. North, that's just what I wanted to hear. Thanks. Junky...

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