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Gripper looping function diagram
Our boat cover support system is constructed of galvanized cable, coated with vinyl. We do recommend placing a small piece of foam, non-abrasive fabric or simply shop rags between cable and windshield frame to avoid wear. Cable grippers are now larger and much stronger than early models. Best use is achieved by anchoring to three points near the bow of your boat and four points toward the stern with, two that crisscross and two that run from center bow point which then spread out and separate at stern like the pattern shown in the boat drawing with purple lines. We support our products with a 3 year warranty on reliability and quality. This means with our original 4 mo. full-warranty we have added 32 months of limited warranty as well. This includes workmanship, mechanisms/grippers. If you'd simply like to replace your cables every once in a while, that "Cable-only" package is located in our products page and free shipping is included on that item even if only 1 is purchased. System is designed for heavy constant rain and for up to 75mph winds. System is not designed for heavy snow loads. Also, if you are using a cover that has been stretched out it will likely always puddle no matter what is supporting it. Cover or tarp must be kept TIGHT. Sometimes after a season or two there will be some mineral build up on the grippers from rain-fall and dust. Simply, lightly lubricate slides with a cotton swab, being careful not to lubricate serrated teeth, and they will continue to serve you for many years. In fact, we have never seen a gripper mechanism fail yet!
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