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Old 05-28-2019, 01:04 AM   #1
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I’m interested in getting a t-top for my 21 foot Carolina Skiff dlv. Was looking online at some of the the company’s like Stryker and Fishmaster, but I’ve heard local fabricators can do much better, high quality builds for good prices.

What are places you guys recommend to look for a custom t-top?

Wanting rod holders and electronics box!
Soft or hard doesn’t matter.
Foldable would be nice but not necessary.

Thanks in advance!!!
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I’m interested in getting a t-top for my 21 foot Carolina Skiff dlv. Was looking online at some of the the company’s like Stryker and Fishmaster, but I’ve heard local fabricators can do much better, high quality builds for good prices.

What are places you guys recommend to look for a custom t-top?

Wanting rod holders and electronics box!
Soft or hard doesn’t matter.
Foldable would be nice but not necessary.

Thanks in advance!!!
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Emerald Coast Fabricators here in Pensacola.
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I`ll second Emerald Coast Fab - I screwed up my T-top on my other boat and they managed to salvage what they could and made it better than new. They did an excellent job.
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I also suggest emerald coast fab
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