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Tracker Tahoe 265 Boat Bimini Top Wakeboard Tower Frame

GLS stock number 1019157 is a new Wakeboard Tower/Bimini Top Frame made for a Tracker Tahoe 265 Deck Boat.
made for Tracker Boats
$1,195.00 MSRP: $1,613.25
GLS Stock #: 1019157-4N161FS
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GLS stock number 1019157 is a new Wakeboard Tower/Bimini Top Frame made for a Tracker Tahoe 265 Deck Boat (GLS stock number: 1019157). (we do not know the specific years)

Constructed from 2" diameter aluminum tubing, it measures app 99" wide across the front x 100" wide across the back - both center on center on the mounting brackets. It is app 137" from front to back overall and app 73 1/2" front to back, center on center on the mounts. It is app 60" tall when installed.

This tower was designed to have a canvas top (not included) attached to act as a bimini top, and includes a ski tow on the top. There are four mounting brackets or rings as shown in photo, but this is an out of the box item, so we do not have any mounting hardware, and don't know exactly how it mounts. Those of you with Tahoes, will no doubt have a better idea how it mounts. Since it is out of the box, the frame does have some very light scrapes or scuffs from handling. Those can most likely be buffed out, but it is not necessary.

Please note that we do not manufacture this product and are selling this product "as-is". Please contact a dealer with any specification, installation, compatibility, safety or watercraft regulatory concerns. Since we do not know the model year(s) it was made for, we cannot tell you what years it fits. Please check your dimensions carefully - or check with a dealer.

Sold as seen in pictures. Customers please note every computer shows colors differently. All measurements are approximate.

Hardware not included.

Due to the size of the product(s) selected, we need more information to give you an accurate quote for your order. Please call us at 262-898-1855 for an accurate and discounted shipping quote.

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