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Old 04-17-2019, 01:27 PM   #1
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Console mounted TTOP. Recommendations?

Looking at getting a console mounted ttop like the one in the picture installed on my new boat Any recommendations on local shops and any idea on what kind of cost? Tia
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Old 04-17-2019, 01:41 PM   #2
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What is your location? Also the top in the picture is called a K-top mounts to the console only, T-top mounts to the floor also just FYI.

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I’m in Dickinson. Thank you I’ve only had traditional floor mounted ttops before
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Call Benny at Fusion Custom Aluminum in Pearland,713-292-4410 . Just finished a top, wading ladder and seat risers for me. It looks great and I couldn't be happier with the quality of his work. Pricing was fair and it really depends on what you want done.
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Don't know about Dickinson but around CC that top would be in the $1400-$1700 range ... depending on how much extra stuff you want on the top (rod holders, electronics boxes etc.) which I would not recommend since it won't be attached to the deck and would put that much more strain on your console attachment point with the floor ... jmo
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Also BEFORE you get a k top, make sure your boat and console are built for one. Lots aren’t and you don’t want to find out after the fact.


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my boat is the same as the one in the picture but your right, thinking just a traditional ttop, less stress on console for sure
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CHARLIE...in back of Watergate. Very good and fair prices.
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tarpon bimini top

if a Bimini will fold down out of your way, i'd go that route. out of the way 100% of the time, comes up only when needed(sun or downpour). t-tops are small, good for the captain only, at high noon only. Bimini will provide shade for the crew all the time, vs the captain at high noon only. just my experience, fishing from boats with t's. if you are dead set on a T/K, and/or boat is not ideal for a Bimini, I'd suggest getting a removable T/K, so when you are drifting with a couple people and throwing arties(the T can be a rod breaker, in the heat of battle). what size model boat??

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