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Old 01 October 2014, 13:05   #1
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Zodiac Hurricane 633

I thought I'd post some pics of a 633 I put together this past summer.
The console and top were both widened to span the full width of the deck.
Tons of storage inside the console and you can hardly notice the wind at 40 knots.
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Old 01 October 2014, 13:59   #2
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Isn't your trailer waaaaay to short???
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Id agree with that - ideally the rear roller wants to be as close to the back end of the boat as possible to support the transom. Otherwise you risk the engine twisting the transom. However - lovely looking boat - nice one!
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Thanks for the pics. That is a nice one.
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Id agree with that - ideally the rear roller wants to be as close to the back end of the boat as possible to support the transom. Otherwise you risk the engine twisting the transom. However - lovely looking boat - nice one!
That's not the RIB's trailer. She is a tender to a much larger vessel and will presumably sit on a cradle.
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That's not the RIB's trailer. She is a tender to a much larger vessel and will presumably sit on a cradle.

Ah right, that's fair enough then. The last thing you'd want is for hard work to go down the pan due to something like a badly fitting trailer!


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That console is da shit. Nice work. How does she sit in the water?
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Sweet, thanks for the pics.

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Nice looking boat. I like the 1/2 cabin T-top.

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What horsepower did you go with and how did it perform?
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