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lewistonskier

How do I attach my boom/advice for a new boat owner

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lewistonskier

Hi everyone. I have been a skier all my life, and just bought my first boat. It is an '86 Sunsetter. It came with a boom, but I believe there is something missing.

It has the full boom, and the cables that would attach to the front, and I assume that it is supposed to attach to the pylon somehow, but it didn't come with any hardware to do that. What do I need, and where can I get it?

My family always had a boat growing up, but this is my first experience owning an inboard. I would love to hear any advice people might have for me, especailly as far as maintenance is concerened.

Thanks in advance for you responces.

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mlange

Sounds like you're missing the boom clamp. Do you know what brand of boom it is? If not and you can post a picture of the boom I'm sure we could tell you.

Mike

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tcody

See if the boom has a name on it, or you can post a picture and someone on here can tell you. There has to be something to place on the plyon.

Good choice in boats, I had a 86 Sunsetter till last yr, Great boat an fun.

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VinRLX

Ditto on above and Welcome.gif

Lots of good info on the site. You can use the search function for specific topics and/or start a thread with a topic of interest.

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2Tuff

I just bought a used boom for my boat, and it came with the wrong size clamp for my boat. If you happen to have a 3" pylon, get a hold of me. Your boat is the same year as mine though, so it probably has a 2.5" pylon.

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