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Attwood® Pontoon 1" Square 4-Bow Frame fits your pontoon to perfection - you've got it made in the shade... SAVE BIG!
Each Frame is designed specifically to fit pontoon boats with no installation hassles. And with your choice of Frame height / width, it's easy to find the perfect fit for your pontoon! See below for more on how to determine which combination works best for you.Details:
- Frame is 48"h.
- Quality 1" square anodized aluminum tubing matches the 1" square rail sizes of most popular pontoon boats
- 4-bow construction for strength and rigidity
- All mounting hardware is included (96"l x 88-96" w. Frame is pre-drilled for stern light and includes wire and grommet other sizes are NOT pre-drilled)
Ordering is easy!
Step 1: Measure Your PontoonMeasure your pontoon to determine the following dimensions:
Height - Standing in the boat, measure straight up from the mounting point to reach the desired top height. This distance between mounting point and top height will be the frame height you will use for ordering.
Length - Measure the fore-to-aft length of the area you want to shade. (Note: Leave enough length behind and in front of the Bimini Top to secure the attachment strap.)
Width - Measure the same distance between mounting points where the frame attaches to the gunwale. IMPORTANT: Mounting points must be exactly the same distance fore and aft.
Consider how the top height will affect your movements. Be aware: the higher the top height, the less stable it may be on your boat.
Step 2: Select Frame Width and Length
Using your pontoon's width measurement from Step 1, choose the appropriate Frame width and length in the Shopping Cart. Please check your side gate location to be sure this top will fit on your pontoon.
Please note: With Twin Tops the main mounting point must have 115" between mounting points to ensure the correct fit.
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Please Note: This is a Heavy / Bulky item. $14.00 for heavy / bulky shipping and handling will be charged in addition to regular shipping and handling.
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