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Lund boat covers?

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My original Lund cover served me well! I would like an original replacement for my 1995 1660 Pro-V tiller. The old cover has Lund stamped on the bow. I was wondering if ANY if these still exist or I gotta go custom fit thru aftermarket. Thanks!

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I would check with the canvas shops as you will get a much better fitting cover than what you had. But with that you shold still be able to get one that will fit your boat though a dealer.

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You could check with Shoremaster Fabric in Fergus Falls. They make most if not all of Lund's cover's for their boats.

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I used to sell them last year for $ 50.00 each (OEM Lund), now I am out of them, your best bet is a canvas shop or Lund itself.

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My last boat was a 93 Starcraft and I bought a custom cover from Shoremaster Fabrics. It fit like a glove. My new boat is an 06 Lund 1800 Fisherman and it has a custom cover from Shoremaster Fabrics. It fits like a glove also. They make a lot of covers for Lund but they are cheaper through Shoremaster.

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Another vote here for Shoremaster Fabrics, excellent company and products.

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