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Valv

Lund boat covers, new, $ 50.00 each

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Valv

Ok, I have a dozen of Lund OEM boat covers. They are for 1750s to 1950s ONLY, mostly with no description and/or part number.

These are NOT the snap on covers, but the older tie down version. I am selling them at $ 50.00 each, you can use them to cover your boat, tractor, car, truck, or whetever you like, they are very nice and heavy duty (Lund cover quality).

I can also ship them but I rather have them picked up.

I cannot take a picture since it's impossible to open them up and show then fold them all.

I believe at $ 50.00 you CANNOT co wrong, WalMart sells the cheap tarps at $ 25.00, these are way better.

Email me from web site under Contact Us link HERE

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Paul Waldowski

Val,

I'm all over this. I will take one to cover my sleds and trailer when they are sitting in the driveway. Might even be able to rig something up that I can use it to cover the whole shebang when I travel down the road.

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PierBridge

I have 2 boats I'll be their tomorrow.

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Northlander

Val do they say Lund on them? Do they have the motor covers? If so Ill take a 19'er. E-mail me and let me know please, and thanks again.

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Valv

PierBridge and Paul, call me early morning (8:30am) since I will be in the cities I can haul some with me. Actually I'll have a 30ft flatbed trailer, I can haul a lot.... grin.gif

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PierBridge

I'm tied up in Shakopee until 10:30 how long are you going to be around?

I would take 2 covers preferably 19's.

I'll call you in morning.

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Paul Waldowski

Val,

I'll come down and pick it up either Monday or Tuesday if that's alright? Just need a small reason to come down and shoot the ^&^*&. laugh.gif

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Valv

No problem Paul, I should be here but give me a call before coming, just in case....

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Valv

Ok, update, I have a gray for 1750, another for 1950 Tyee tan, a blue for Fisherman possibly 1800 but not sure

Very few left after this weekend....

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Blaze

Val - are these suitable as travel covers? If they are, I'll take the gray 1750 cover. The cheap one that came with the boat (2005) has had 4 or 5 of those bungee grommets pop in back already (piece of junk), but it still works for storage.

Thanks,

Blaze

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Valv

I have PierBridge coming in a minute or 2 and will let you know what's left.

Yes, these covers are suitable for travel, as I said these are OEM Lund covers.

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Valv

Ok, here's the List:

1 Tyee 1850 I/O tan

1 Fisherman 1800 I/O blue

1 Alaskan 16ft tan

I will update list as we speak

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Northlander

Val remember I wanted Grey? Send me that adress and Ill get ya your $.

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Paul Waldowski

Steve,

I will be going down there tomorrow to pick one up. Did you want me to pick yours up also? I'm sure that I will be in the Duluth area within the next couple of weeks...as my kids live there. I generally stay in Superior so we could meet up for the exchange.

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Northlander

Paul that would be awesome. I really appreciate it. Ill even pitch in for a bit of gas for ya.

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Paul Waldowski

Steve,

Appreciate the offer, but no need. It's not like I'm going out of my way cool.gif E-mail me # and I'll give you a call.

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Havin' Fun

Valv,

Will that Alaskan fit my Pro Angler 16??

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Northlander

Val, As they say "the check is in the mail". grin.gif

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Valv

Very few left:

1 Tyee 1850 I/O tan

1 Fisherman 1800 I/O blue

1 Alaskan 16ft tan

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Paul Waldowski

Steve,

Picked up yours today smile.gif

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Valv

Thanks Paul and thanks Steve !!!!!

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Northlander

Thanks a lot Paul and thank you as well Val! I sure hope that baby fits decent. I may have to do some customizing but at that price its well worth it.

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Valv

Ok, 1 left

1 Lund Fisherman 1800 blue anybody interested ?

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cjac

I wish it were a 1700 Pro Sport, I'd be all over it! Was this a one time deal you came across?? If you see more, like my model, I'd jump on it!

Val, as a side note, a couple questions you helped me with saved me a few hundred bucks this summer, so THANK YOU!

Chris

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HARDTIMES

I will take it if it was a O.B

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