TTZ Motor Cover Custom Orders

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  1. Texas Tournament Zone

    Texas Tournament Zone Staff

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    We are placing another order with TuffSkinz this week for TTZ logo motor covers. You've seen 'em running down the lake and on boats being pulled around town. You know the ones, the black breathable Tuff Skinz with TTZ logo on both sides. TTZ will be placing an order for more in the coming days. We pass these on to the anglers with absolutely no mark up. What we pay, is what you pay.

    If you're interested in getting one to protect your motor, send us an email with your engine make, model, year, and horsepower tojohn.ward@ttz1.com. Be as specific as you can, as these covers are specifically designed to fit each motor. Prices will vary depending on motor, but expect to pay somewhere around $170-180. If you do not live in the Austin area for local pick up, and would like one shipped to you, please advise in your email.

    FYI, if you were to order one online they would be $160, plus $75 for a dual color logo, plus $19 for tax, and at least another $15 for shipping. That would put you at $269 out the door. You save right at $100 when you order it through TTZ.

    THANK YOU!!!!

    TTZ

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  2. AndrewO

    AndrewO Well-Known Member

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    I got in on the last order and I have been totally pleased with my motor cover. It still looks great, fits perfectly, and protects my motor's cowling. Highly recommend!
     
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    Can I get one to use as a pillow case?
     
  4. Toadchaser

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    Any advice on getting the hard water stains out of them without ruining it?
     
  5. Shawn T

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    I threw mine in the washing machine with vinegar.
     
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    works like a champ
     
  7. Shawn T

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    Update. I no longer recommend throwing yours in the washer machine with vinegar. It could potentially eat the white lettering or even smear it. I guess I got lucky with mine, or I didnt put in a whole lot of vinegar.

    Maybe just scrub the water spots with vinegar and avoid contact with the logo, then rinse it off.
     
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    Yes vinegar faded my lettering for sure.
     
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    You make one to fit the Ol 60 horse merc?
     
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    By the way that was a joke for those who don't know me...lol
     
  11. Basstex

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    I was wondering the same thing. Not joking.
     
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  12. JamesRoberts

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    I soaked mine in a 5 gal bucket with some Oxy Clean, it did a great job.
    JR
     

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