I store my 210SP indoors, so I don't use the cover very often. I finally got around to take a picture of the cover on the boat. In this picture there is alot of loose fabric, but it gets nice and snug when I install the poles and ratchet the cover.
It is very easy to install/remove/store the cover, I would even say that it is easier than the factory snap cover. All of the connection points of the cover are very high quality and I am very impressed with how they make the cover wrap around the wake tower.
Besides having a high quality product, the customer service is very personalized and friendly. When I originally inquired about the cover, it was not available for my boat. The company went above and beyond to fabricate the perfect cover for the 210SP.
As time carries on, I hope to keep you posted on my favorite cover: THE POPPY COMPANY
I have been upgrading some items on my 2011 210SP and I will share some pictures once the install is complete. Here is a list of my current projects:
1) Replaced Bimini Canvas (It is Black now)
2) Upgrade the Carpet to Black (this is an upgrade because the carpet is thicker and better quality. The only task for the buyer is to install the button snaps on the carpet.
3) Hydro-Turfed the rear deck (it turned out AWESOME!)
What are you guys doing with your boats during the "Off Season".
Sounds like your wheel bearing over-heated, not enough grease packed in there most likely. If you are lucky you can repack the bearing and all should be well. Worst case you will have to replace the bearing if it was damaged and then repack.
Ouch! Ok, I just called a local shop and I am going to take it to them for the work.
FYI- I dropped my boat off at Hydro-Turf this morning, I have a great pattern going on the swim step. The good news is that other 2011 210 owners will now have a template available at Hydro-Turf. They are only 15 minutes from my house.