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  1. #21
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    Default Re: Sprayhood cost

    Quote Originally Posted by pcatterall View Post
    Fold original up and send to Sabre Sails??
    Quote Originally Posted by UK-WOOZY View Post
    my boat came with a sprayhood and stack pack. lookin at replys i never realised they cost so much. seems a rip off, especially when the old one can be used as a template saving the person making one a lot of time
    See post #7 ?
    Rainbow Marine.
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    Default Re: Sprayhood cost

    Quote Originally Posted by UK-WOOZY View Post
    my boat came with a sprayhood and stack pack. lookin at replys i never realised they cost so much. seems a rip off, especially when the old one can be used as a template saving the person making one a lot of time

    There is a lot of labour in it.
    I asked my local upholsterer, good guy, and he thought he could copy mine for £375. In the end I preferred to spend the extra 200 to get a guaranteed result, built up from a pattern.

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    Default Re: Sprayhood cost

    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch01527 View Post
    I used Sabre Sails in Swansea. £375 and made using my old one as a template. Worked really well and very happy with the result. They also made a stack pack at about the same price.

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    Same here, they can do it through ebay but if you contact them direct they might pay your postage for you as they don't have to give ebay a cut. I know that's no use to the OP but someone might be interested.
    Last edited by Spyro; 09-10-19 at 18:38.

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    Default Re: Sprayhood cost

    If having a new sprayhood cut you might ask what type of zips they put in opening windows . We have metal ones which seem prone to ceasing up and I'm not sure I understand why plastic zips aren't used?

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