View Full Version : Looking for cover
06-07-2006, 03:31 PM
I am trying to replace the cover on my Moomba Kamberra 2002. Any ideas where I might find one? Several dealers have not been able to help
06-07-2006, 04:16 PM
06-08-2006, 12:10 PM
have anyone by chance found anything that will cover a boat with the tower? Is there any way to get around it?
Also - I leave my Kamberra in a public dock in the water. The cover I have now rests in the water when I leave it on. It's huge and a nightmare - but works well.
nboard, have you check skiboatcovers.com
they make a nice cover that will go around your tower. you could also have one custom made at a local shop.
i am persoanlly saving up to buy a rankin cover from rankincovers.com
those are by far the best one made. just a little $$$$$
06-08-2006, 12:30 PM
the rankin covers do look really nice....I didnt notice that they custom build them for Moomba's - but I am sure with measurements - it wouldnt be a problem.
Have you been quoted a price for one of these covers? I couldnt find pricing on the site..
Skiboatcovers seem like htey will work fine as well - the Sunbrella material
thanks for the info!!
nboard, I was quoted $900 from rankin for my supra. I just really like the fact that you can tow with it, no poles and I really like the different colors.
I have seen a moomba with a rankin cover. I will probably just bet that they have not updated their site.
06-08-2006, 01:41 PM
Thanks QB 12!
Do you know if the skiboatcovers require poles?
I think i might just get one of those - get me by...I still want to get PP installed and now I need to fix my RPM gauge - just quit
yes you have to use poles as well as straps. If you are really needing the cover you need to order asap because the wait gets longer every day.
i ordered one from skiboatcovers.com for my old outback and it took i think 5 weeks to come in.
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