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Lund Fisherman 1800 Snap in Carpet and Bimini Top

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Used very little Lund gray bimini top for 2003 LUND 1800 Fisherman. I have all the hardware except the snaps to put on the rails.Very good condition

$350.00 plus shipping. New from Lund $500.00

Used very little Lund gray side curtains for bimini top for 2003 LUND 1800 Fisherman. Zips right on the bimini top and is a left and right set. Very good condition


Used very little Lund gray stern curtain for bimini top for 2003 LUND 1800 Fisherman. Zips right on the bimini top and completely encloses the driver and passenger. Very good condition


One gray snap in carpet out of a 2003 LUND 1800 Fisherman. New and has never been used. Should fit many other Fisherman model years. Not sure if it fits a 1700 so please call your local LUND dealer.

$250.00 plus shipping. New from Lund $350.00

One boat trailering cover for a 2003 LUND 1800 Fisherman. Almost like new and has been lightly used. Should fit many other Fisherman years and other boats. This was custom made by Crystal Pierz marine from heavy duty material.


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