These instructions work for ShoreMaster, Pier Pleasure, Daka, Dock Rite, Newman, Porta Dock, Feighner, Triton, Vibo, and Harbor Master boat lift brands.
Remove the cover from the box. Place the canopy fabric bundle on top of the frame and unroll the canopy down the center of the frame. When completely unrolled, unfold the cover across the top of the canopy bows and pull down snugly over the frame. Make sure the canopy is centered on the frame with equal amounts of overhang on each side and on each end.
The QuickLash black webbing should be on the inside, right behind or slightly above the aluminum canopy frame going lengthwise. To read more about the QuickLash mounting system, click here.
Each of these brands use individual bungees with a hook on the end. Attach each bungee through a perforated hole of the QuikLash webbing directly in-line with each canopy rib. Stretch the bungee underneath the canopy frame and up into the hole in the corresponding frame rib. Alternate from side to side and end to end to make sure the top does not become off centered.
Note: some canopy frames feature a support bar welded across the length of the canopy frame. Attach each bungee through a perforated hole of the QuikLash webbing and stretch bungee underneath the canopy frame and upward… hooking the bungee hook onto the horizontal support bar. Evenly space the bungees around the perimeter of the frame, alternating from side to side and end to end.
Removal:Simply unhook the bungee from the holes in the ribs or unhook from the support bar. It is not necessary to remove the bungees from the canopy cover. The bungees can remain looped through the quiklash webbing and ready for next seasons installation.
Storage:Make sure your canopy cover is DRY and clean prior to off season storage. Store in a clean and dry environment.