2016 Harris Omni 200 cover

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2016 Harris Omni 200 cover

#1 Post by Dablauv » Sat Apr 20, 2024 8:32 am

Does anybody out there have a Harris Omni 200? If so, and it still has the tag on the factory mooring cover identifying the manufacturer, could you please let me know who made it for Harris. Mine is missing and Harris has no idea who made it. You’d figure they would have a bill of materials on the boat based on the serial number. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!

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Re: 2016 Harris Omni 200 cover

#2 Post by Steiner » Wed Apr 24, 2024 10:06 am

I cannot say with any certainty but there is a good chance Dowco made it as some of the replacement stuff available online for Harris is made by Dowco and Dowco is a Harris partner, but not sure how long they've been partners. You know how partnerships go....with the money. Suppliers change.

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Re: 2016 Harris Omni 200 cover

#3 Post by sunedog » Fri Apr 26, 2024 2:16 pm

You may have a reason you want a "factory cover," but covers made by local canvas shops are often even better than the original and sometimes cost less. I've had two made locally (for two different boats) and they were great.

Another consideration is if you get one from the manufacturer (or the third party that makes it for the manufacturer), the female part of the snaps will almost certainly have to be installed after you lay it over your boat to make sure they line up with the male parts that are on your boat. Whereas a local canvas company will also likely install the snaps.

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