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    Posted: 22 April 2014 at 12:08pm
Good Day,

I'd like to make a dingy motor cover that can stay on during operation.  I'm looking for advice on:

* type of fabric safe to use for this application (motor in use with cover on)
* what should I be concerned about? (condensation causing erosion, other?)
* do you have an instructional video to fabricate this type of cover?
* Any other advice you could offer?


Thank you for your assistance and expertise!



Sailing the Chesapeake - Keri
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