When all zippers have been started, complete
It is recommended that you retain your canvas
locator tags. In the event that replacement
parts are needed, contact your Four Winns
Snap the side curtains to the boat.
Smooth all velcro down.
Locate the aft curtain. See Figure O5.
O - 5 COCKPIT COVER
Zip the aft curtain to the curtain top, starting
at the center.
The cockpit cover is optional and is used to cover the
complete cockpit area and is intended as a short term
storage cover. See Figure O6.
8) Secure with a strap to the aft railing or snap
Zip to port and starboard curtains.
Snap to boat.
Secure and smooth all velcro.
Figure O6: Cockpit Cover
To install the cockpit canvas:
A cockpit cover is intended for short term storage
only. Do not operate the vessel with the cockpit
cover installed due to the potential for carbon
monoxide gas build-up.
Find the center point on the canvas and attach it to
the center point of the windshield.
Working outward equally in both directions,
continue snapping the canvas in position.
Figure O5: Camper Side & Aft Curtain Installation
For camper removal, reverse the procedure
When the canvas extends far enough, separate
the velcro strips and install the cover around the
bimini support poles. Reattach and smooth out
the velcro. Slide the awning track into the ﬂexarail.
Attach to the inside of the radar arch.
The camper canvas is designed as temporary
shelter only. It should not be left up unattended
for any length of time. Violent weather could
result in expensive damage. Misues is not
covered under warranty.
Install support poles loosely - without a lot
of tension at this point.
Attach straps to aft rail and pull to adjust.
See Figure O7.
Weather Covers - Section O
Owner’s Manual Page 159
|Categories||Four Winns Manuals, Four Winns Vista Manuals, Outboard Marine Corporation Manuals|
|Tags||Four Winns Vista 338|
|Model Year||2007, 2008|
|Document Type||Owner's Manual|
|Product Brand||Boats and Cruisers, Four Winns. For support contact your dealer at http://www.fourwinns.com/locate-dealer.aspx|
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|Wikipedia's Page||Outboard Marine Corporation|
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