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Old 06-12-2018, 01:17 PM
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I have a 2005 Hydrasport Bay Bolt with a t-top on an 8in jack plate. What is the pricing on a cover for that. Thanks
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Old 06-13-2018, 10:13 AM
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I have a 2005 Hydrasport Bay Bolt with a t-top on an 8in jack plate. What is the pricing on a cover for that. Thanks
Hey Allaboutthefish! Thanks for your email and interest in our covers! I have a few questions about the boat, if I may, to help you with a cover. What model HydraSport do you have? Is there anything on the bow to add length like a trolling motor, pulpit, etc.? Does your boat have a Hard Top or T-Top? I'm happy to check and see what's available for your boat, and provide pricing with your THT discount!

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It's a 2300 bay bolt with a t-top . It does have a trolling motor off the bow without measuring as I am not at home, I would say it adds about 5-6 inches past the bow.
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Originally Posted by allaboutthefish View Post
It's a 2300 bay bolt with a t-top . It does have a trolling motor off the bow without measuring as I am not at home, I would say it adds about 5-6 inches past the bow.
Great! Thanks for your reply. Here is a link to the style of cover we offer for this boat with the T-Top: https://www.boatcoversdirect.com/pro..._fit/style/43/. I may recommend taking a center-line length of the boat from the furthest point of the trolling motor to the back of the jack plate, not including the motor, to confirm the size cover needed. If you have any images to share, or unsure which size cover to order, I'm more than happy to help you choose the correct option. You are welcome to contact me through the forum or via email (Shannon@coversdirect.com) so we can get your cover on order! I look forward to hearing back from you!

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I will take the measurement for sure then contacting you before I order. The trolling motor does come off but I will measure both ways then make my decision. I appreciate your help.

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I will take the measurement for sure then contacting you before I order. The trolling motor does come off but I will measure both ways then make my decision. I appreciate your help.

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That sounds like a plan! Thanks!

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