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Pressure Points

September 21, 2007
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After going through three boat covers in four years, I figured out a way to reduce the wear and tear on my cover around the pressure-point areas, such as the bow rails, seatbacks and the windshield. Before I cover the boat, I fasten foam noodles on these heavy-wear zones. Just cut a slit in the noodle and slip it in place, and it spreads the pressure over a wider area.
— David Farran,
Tallahassee, Florida

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