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Old 06 March 2014, 06:47   #1
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Pics of an SR4 on a dried out mooring?

Does anyone on here have pictures of an SR4 on a dried out mooring? I'm interested how they sit when dried out, as this'll effect my possible future mooring. Please feel free to post below.
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Old 06 March 2014, 07:06   #2
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they either sit to the left or to the right ! rarely do they sit on the nose or stern so that just about sums it up!!
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Interested in how much of the tubes are in contact, engine clearance, angle of lean etc.
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don't have a photo, but they don't sit to well if you leave the leg down!!!
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Old 06 March 2014, 09:11   #5
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Here's a SR5.4 on the floor:



And here's a thread on the waterline when on a mooring:

Avon SR4 water line

Hope that helps
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Over at a good angle
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Depends which way you turn your engine when you leave it and/or which way does it swing due to water flow as the tide goes out as waves push it over to the shore. Ours gets more weed on one side due to this. Though it only dries on springs.
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Here's a SR5.4 on the floor: And here's a thread on the waterline when on a mooring: Avon SR4 water line Hope that helps
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Nice Picture that.. chilled..
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