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Old 08-26-2011, 12:05 PM   #1
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Default Bimini Snap Pattern

Do you start in the middle and work out(radar arch)?

Headed to the lake for a little work project...
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Just did my 2001 3000SCR this may. Just be patience and have fun. Its good to have an awl and a punch and a press and snap tool. Makes it so much easier.

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Just bought a press.......
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Line it up first, tape or weigh the sides down, make sure you get enough stretch out of it so you dont come to the end and realize its short.
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Heading out now, will post pics on return.

Thanks for the help Roger and jamanti
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Old 08-29-2011, 03:00 PM   #8
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Opened up the bimini on the lake to install, this is what I found.

Installed anyway as it was 106deg. out.

What can I do to fix this, should I call Leta's?

Can't go without a bimini, have 12 people going this weekend for a campout.
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I would call Leta's (I assume thats where you got it) and let them know what's wrong and what's up... You need something for the weekend, I'll bet they will help you out or just have you wait to return....
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