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Old 28 June 2013, 18:45   #61
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Those are the pads for the ICE2 we had to extend the hatch trim to accommodate the ICE2 feet.
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Old 28 June 2013, 18:53   #62
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Those are the pads for the ICE2 we had to extend the hatch trim to accommodate the ICE2 feet.


Raised for extra deck thickness/support or raised to not allow any water to puddle in the area?
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Old 28 June 2013, 19:20   #63
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Both. we wanted to maximize the surface and make sure we did all we could to avoid any locations the water could puddle.
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Decks done!

We have finished our decks and ready to instal them.
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Primer on, next step...

We have the boat primered, we will sand in the AM then lay on her new paint!
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Her new FEET!

Lets see how this one runs out! We are pushing 2 X 150 HP Mercurey 4-Strokes that are 3.0's
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Your going to love those 150's Mercury rev 4 17P props
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Thats awesome! I have the REV4 props 14 5/8 x 19. what type of speed are you getting?
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Very nice boat! And wonderful work with the fiberglass.

I noticed the jack plates. Atlas? Are they really useful on the H733?
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