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ok i have a good cover on my boat , was going to cover my good one with those blue cheap cover just to protect my good one a little bit . worthr it or not , seems the metal holes stating to rip allready with bunge cord attached to the cheap ones, no wonder they end up covering fire wood. worth it or not
 

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Try the silver or brown heavy duty one. I usually get a couple of winters out of them. The blue ones only last about a week in the wind.
 

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Try the silver or brown heavy duty one. I usually get a couple of winters out of them. The blue ones only last about a week in the wind.
+1 get 3-4 years out of mine.
 

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The last 2 I bought were PVC. I believe I bought them at Northern Tool. They were about $100, but well worth the money.

Dave
 

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When well tied down, the blue tarps can last a couple of seasons, before the sun degrades the plastic.
It must be tightly tied down to prevent wind damage, and can make your boat cover last longer.
 

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There is plastic grips for the blue tarps that grab the blue part of the tarp instead of the holes that will not rip try that
 

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Google Teetop guy....He makes these on EBay for like $300. You can even trailer with them strapped down. He builds to your specs...
 

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I use a silver tarp over my canvas tarp for winter month storage. The silver tarps, when properly and snuggly tied down, will last up to 5 seasons.

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I had the silver/brown and it lasted 7 winters. Couldn't find the silver/brown local today so I got the silver (19x29) for $49 at Harbor Freight. The plain silver is a lot heavier material than the old blue ones.
 
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