Sport Fishing - - SF BOATS -

DRIVE ON HIGH­WAYS long enough and your ve­hi­cle wind­shield will suf­fer a “rock chip” — dam­age from an er­rant peb­ble or piece of gravel that strikes the glass at high speed and leaves a divot or a crack. Al­though your tow ve­hi­cle blocks most road de­bris from hit­ting your boat, the same can hap­pen to the wind­shield of your ves­sel while tow­ing it to and from the launch ramp. To avoid this, I at­tach a soft blan­ket over the wind­shield while tow­ing, us­ing some bungee cords and spring clamps at­tached to the frame of the hard­top. It takes just a minute to put it on and take it off, yet it of­fers out­stand­ing road pro­tec­tion, whether your boat wind­shield is bonded glass, acrylic, clear vinyl or poly­car­bon­ate.

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