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Old 25 January 2016, 16:20   #21
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How did the factory do outboards with that hull? I usually figure the factory has people with more experience and knowledge than I do. CAN you do it? Sure. Would it be the best way? No clue.


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Old 20 April 2016, 20:05   #22
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Test fitted everything today to make sure the motor clears when trimmed up fully turned. I wanted to cut down more off the top but didn't want to rearrange how the tubes attached to the hull (straps right over the top of that transom). Going to get it on the water and hope it rides ok. If not, I will be back to blame you all for allowing me to do this.

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Old 21 April 2016, 04:14   #23
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Transom cutting question

It could be just the angle of the photo but that prop and ventilation plate looks completely buried. How far is the ventilation plate below the bottom of the hull?

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