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Old 16 April 2012, 00:23   #1
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atlantic 21 water line

can any one with said beast advise me where the water line is on transom,
i want to bolt me trim tabs on, but not really sure where abouts the water line is from top or bottom of transom
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Old 16 April 2012, 02:08   #2
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Don't trim tabs mount even with the bottom of the hull?

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Old 16 April 2012, 05:54   #3
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Here's an arctic at rest, i would think yours will sit slightly higher with less weight on the transom.

Will you need trim tabs at all? Trimming the engines seems to work fine on mine without the need for tabs.
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Old 16 April 2012, 07:45   #4
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thinking it may drop of the large flat bottom of the hull very easy when turning as its only on a single Engine

originally designed for a twin set up,, but i may try it first tho
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I would try it first as the boat handles pretty well. I was thinking of raising the transom so it is no longer free flooding. Passengers gets fe up with wet feet when stationary
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I would try it first as the boat handles pretty well. I was thinking of raising the transom so it is no longer free flooding. Passengers gets fe up with wet feet when stationary
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