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Old 03 June 2015, 05:46   #11
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No problem
It should be easy enough to convert to bunks if you wish.

Personally I always use the transom saver.

Enjoy!
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Old 03 June 2015, 05:52   #12
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No problem
It should be easy enough to convert to bunks if you wish.

Personally I always use the transom saver.

Enjoy!
Thank you Blootac. Will certainly look into this conversion possibility and agree on transom saver (better safe than sorry) approach.
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Old 05 June 2015, 03:53   #13
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Pictures of my trailer as promissed. I have not yet inflated the airfloor. I have just placed the boat on the trailer. As soon as I inflate the airfloor I will also adjust rollers a bit better so for the boat to sit better on these. You can see also the rollers under the transom that will take the engine weight.
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Old 05 June 2015, 04:06   #14
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Looks good. You won't have much weight up front so it should be ok. Just make sure everything is inflated fully and strapped down ☺
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Old 05 June 2015, 04:40   #15
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Looks good. You won't have much weight up front so it should be ok. Just make sure everything is inflated fully and strapped down ☺
Thank you Bllotac. Will surely inflate up to recommended pressure prior to mounting the engine and will strap really well; I am very diligent on those things as damages tend to be followed by costs... and wish to keep these to the minimum!
Thank you once again for your time and valuable comments!
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