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TroutGod
11-03-2005, 11:04 PM
Ok have a crestliner superhawk 1600. Have the top. Wondering if anyone knows someone or a company local that can make side curtains and possibly a back curtain for it. It has zippers on it to zip them on just didn't come with anything but the top and the front snaps to the windshield.

wetdog
11-04-2005, 06:23 AM
WHERE YOU LOCATED ?

SuperDave
11-04-2005, 07:08 AM
A factory top with zippers means they are available from Crestliner.

Closest dealer:
Company AUBURN OUTBOARD MARINE
Address 3320 BOYINGTON ROAD
LOOMIS CA 95650 USA
Phone 916-652-1660
Fax 916-652-1681

Failing that, is there a tag on the underside of the top. They had to have made side curtains for it.

Side note, I insisted on getting the rear curtain when I bought my boat. $600! I've yet to use it.

tdekens
11-04-2005, 12:18 PM
Troutgod, I used to get them made for alot of different boats in the Navy. Just about any canvas shop will make them for you. You will need to bring in your boat with the top. They will measure the side curtains and probably keep your top till they are done. The canvas shops will also just copy an old top as well so never throw your old one out. We used to keep the old tops for when it was sitting in storage it would sunbeat it vs. the new top. Adding sides is a pretty penny. I imagine comparing what I have had made vs. the size of my boat now it will run on a 21 foot windshield model about $1,000 to $1,500 to add sides to an existing top. You might want to consider getting it all redone now unless your top is almost new. Just my 2cents.
2Shakes ;D ;D 8)

PianoFish
11-04-2005, 05:00 PM
Troutgod
I don't know were you are but there is a place in Tracy called Bimini Isle owners name is Jim he has always done great work at fare prices for us and I'm sure he could fix you up.
hope this helps
PianoFish

PianoFish
11-04-2005, 05:05 PM
Sorry here is the phone #209-832-0793
PianoFish

Erreck
11-05-2005, 01:13 AM
Just about any canvas shop will make them for you.

Yup! Just make sure they don't skimp on the canvas quality. Also, a little inside info on canvas, the darker the color the longer it will last. Light gray weathers the worst. Dark red does the best. Just FYI.