Extend the rear portion of the bimini and attach the Four Winns dealer can assist you with your canvas se-
brace rods to the secondary bow (if applicable).
lection as well as the installation.
Attach the stern brace rod to the stern bow (sec- To install:
ondary) and then to the stern (angled) deck mount.
Installbiminitop and forward connectoraspreviously
Adjust the forward straps for tautness.
Snap forward windshield connector (clear visor) to 2. Zip inthe bimini sidecurtains to the bimini top. Snap
windshield. Starting at the walk-thru windshield may
prove to be easiest. Windshield snaps can be ad-
justed to match snaps in canvas.
canvas to windshield beginning at forward edge.
3. Zip the camper side curtains to the bimini top and
bimini side curtains. Snap the edge portion of these
curtains to the deck. It may prove easiest to start
snapping the curtains at the forward portion of the
canvas and work your way down along the deck.
To close and boot (mounted storage) the bimini, reverse
the procedure described above. Brace rods, if appli- 4. Unroll the aft camper curtain and zip the curtain to
cable to your model, snap into storage clips for safe
keeping while booted.
Depending on which the model you have either snap
the bottom portion of the aft curtain to the transom
and/or attach shock cords to deck.
top either fully deployed or folded together (closed) and
secured with the boot provided. Either way it is de-
signed to remain mounted. No storage is provided for
this top in your boat.
Use two people to remove the bimini top (winter
storage). This will help minimize the risk of in-
jury and help prevent damage to theupholstery,
the bimini top, and/or the boat.
Aft/Main bimini canvas deployment should only
be utilized at or below moderate cruising speed
(approximately 0-40 mph). Avoid full throttle op-
eration of boat while having canvas deployed.
Four Winns recommends booting the canvas
before running at or close to maximum speed.
In so doing you will help to maintain the life of
the canvas and hardware. Also, the wind should
be taken into consideration when determining
operating speed with canvas deployed. The
boat speed plus (+) wind speed should not be
exceed 40 mph.
Figure O2: Sundowner™ Camper Top
For camper storage, reverse the procedure described
The cockpit cover is used to cover the complete cockpit
area and is intended as a short term storage cover. The
cockpit cover is available on most Sundowner™ mod-
els. See Figure O3.
B. Camper Canvas
The camper canvas is an option available on most
Sundowner™ models which encloses the cockpit area
and allows for overhead space. The camper utilizes the
existing bimini top and forward connector. Coversrollup
to expose the window screens. See Figure O2. Your
Sundowner™ Owner’s Manual
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