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Is anyone familiar with safeguard bumpers. I see them being sold on ebay for what appears to be a good price. Is this a quality product or just another cheap chinese product. Thanks
Larry
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I just looked at their website Safeguard Covers - Premium Boat and Vehicle Covers
and they look pretty good. And even if they're Chinese, they can probably make a good fender.
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Old cars have bumpers, your boat has fenders.
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Sorry CJMojo. I have old cars as well as an old sailboat so i tend to get a bit mixed up. Fenders it is!!
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