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    Any tips on snapping isen glass panels-gctid344462

    Would anyone have any tips on how to make it easier to snap on the isen glass panels. I have a 2009 Bayliner Discovery 192 Cuddy, and have never been able to fully engage all the snaps on the isen glass; thus the water blows in during thunder storms. Thanks.

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    Buy one of these, I got one from the lady who did my new isinglass & it works great.

    The Top-Snapper canvas snap tool is the only snap tool that will work on either inside or outside snaps. Great for snapping or unsnapping your boat canvas snaps.

    Capt. Ron.
    "I will not tiptoe through life to arrive safely at death"
    "Never Trade Luck For Skill"
    1987 3870 - Northern Lights ll
    Hino EH700
    Westerbeke 8.0
    1999 Logic Marine 17' CC/50 Merc.
    on Louisiana pool Mississippi River.

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      #3
      Do it when its warm. Hair dry would help if real cold, too.

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        #4
        Yup, warm if its nice out lay them in the sun for awhile.

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          BeaverFood wrote:
          Would anyone have any tips on how to make it easier to snap on the isen glass panels. I have a 2009 Bayliner Discovery 192 Cuddy, and have never been able to fully engage all the snaps on the isen glass; thus the water blows in during thunder storms. Thanks.
          is it the original Bayliner vinyl Bimini top?
          Port: Sassafras River Georgetown, MD Bayliner 2000 2855 7.4

          http://www.chart.state.md.us/video/v...50fa36c4235c0a

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            #6
            A warm hair dryer does wonders.. Also put it up on a hot day and stertch and snap it as it softens.

            On one boat we had a few inches added and a second row of snaps. When it was really cold they were a lifesaver.
            Jim McNeely
            New Hope a 2004 Bayliner 305 Sunbridge Express Cruiser
            Twin 5.7s with Bravo2 drives
            Brighton, Michigan USA
            MMSI # 367393410

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