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Camco Adjustable Boat Cover Support Kit

Camco Adjustable Boat Cover Support Kit
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Adjustable Boat Cover Support Kit

The Boat Cover Support is an easy to use telescoping support system that keeps your boat cover from sagging and allowing water to pool. When rain doesn't pool and go stagnant in your boat cover, it helps extend the life of the material. The Boat Cover Support is self-standing with support plates on the top and bottom, the bottom support plate also has a foam pad to prevent sliding and protect the boat. The Boat Cover Support adjusts heights easily from 30" to 50" in 2.5" increments to accommodate different styles of boats. The nylon strap assembly is 50' long and fits most boats up to 22' in length. It is easy to install and stores compactly when not in use. Camco also makes a full line of attachments that can be purchased and used with the telescoping support pole.

Features:
  • Helps prevent water from pooling in low places on boat cover
  • Helps maintain the quality of your boat cover
  • Height adjusts 30" to 50" to fit different boat styles
  • Fits most boats up to 22' long
  • Easy to install
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Camco Adjustable Boat Cover Support Kit 41970 CAMCO ADJUSTABLE BOAT COVER SUPPORT
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