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Old 03-11-2020, 11:02 AM
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Hi, I have a 2007 Lowe 14 foot Angler side console boat with trolling motor and 25hp mercury. the model is AN 140S, AN being for Angler, S being for Side console, 140 being 14 for length. below is specs of boat
Length: 13'11"
Beam 67"
Old 03-11-2020, 11:51 AM
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We definitely have a cover for your boat. Let me ask you, Is your O/B motor mounted to a jack plate/bracket or directly to the transom? I would assume it is mounted directly to the transom, but I just want to be sure.

Where is this boat stored? What type of conditions are you most worried about. I am happy to recommend the best material.

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Old 03-11-2020, 12:03 PM
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It is at Lake Winnipesaukee NH and it is direct to the transom. I need to be able to have the ends of the cord/rope in the hem available to attach a ratchet hook to it to make it as tight as possible while at a dock or on a lift. not worried about trailering issues. The normal bungee or cord set up without being able to tighten it up will not stay on

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Thank you for your quick reply!

The cover we offer for your boat is made by Carver Industries. It is called a styled-to-fit boat cover, meaning it is made for your style and size of boat. This cover will accommodate a v-hull fishing boat with a side console up to 14'6'' in length and a 74'' beam width. Since your beam width is 67'', it will come down just a little further on the sides. This cover will have a shock cord sewn into the hem which will not exit at any point, therefore would not be compatible with a rope ratchet. A lot of times, in a hoist situation, our customers will use suction cup tie downs or mooring bags for added security. Sometimes their framing of their lift is situated in a way that the trailering tie down straps can be used.

We do not have a cover that already has a draw rope sewn in for your boat, however, we can substitute a draw rope for the shock cord for a modification fee of $100.

Click here to view material options and pricing for this boat cover.

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if modifying with a draw rope, will I be able to pull it tighter? also do they go over the outboard or not?
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Yes, this cover will have an attached O/B motor cover. You will be able pull it tighter. I recommend using it with a rope ratchet. You can view those here.

Here is a photo of our v-hull fishing boat with side console cover in action. Hopefully this gives you an idea of how the cover will look. (Different boat but same style)



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