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    Ref: Post #219 - Jackplate and chine walk

    I now view the jackplate, as well as the right SS prop as indispensible to this boat setup. Lower the motor for best hook-up and least noise also. Middle height works well for general use. Raise the...
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    Ref: Post #214 - Cup Holders

    I took the easy way out. I added several marine cup holders from West Marine to our Donzi. They are made of a crushable vinyl and do not get in the way. Obviously, cup holders were not commonplace in...
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    Responses to Prior Posts #130 & #162

    Just catching back up. Here are some pointers I'd missed before.

    Post #130. The 37-lb aluminum jackplate weight figure was as advertised, and also is the shipping weight. I did not have the...
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    Rub Rail

    Greg,

    As best as I can tell, I have the stock rub rail on my boat. If you need me to go out to the garage and make any measurements, let me know.

    -Andy
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    Catching up on Building Surface Tension thread

    Greg,

    This is a very-interesting thread. I have just read through it to catch back up to your impressive progress. Some random comments on postings.

    #27. Yes, my BMS 4" Ultra HD hydraulic...
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    About Surface Tension, Compromises and Notches

    Greg,

    Some comments, admittedly of little value.

    Your thread is very interesting. And way over my head in practice, also. What a project! Nice to see mention and pictures of my boat,...
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