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It's an odd (non-square) shape, but you know that. I have the OEM board in the garage, and can post a picture if that helps. I'm trying to figure out a good way to measure the angles for you now. Here are the overall dimensions:

Top (L-R): 36.25"

Left side (T-B): 22"

Right side: (T-B): 19.25"

Bottom (L-R): 36.25"

Bottom left half, edge to "peak": 14.25"

Bottom right half, edge to "peak": 22.75"

I got as close as I could, but the carpet is still on the board so all measurements are +/- .25". My carpenter's square confirms that the top corners are 90*, this the OEM board out of a 2015 23 LSV. The black "X" marks are where the factory screws are to hold the amp rack to the inside of the boat.


This may help too: the distance of the "peak" measured from the left side (at the top, where the edge is 90*) is 14.25", from that point the "peak" is 23.25" down.

Edited by mikeo
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Length of top left to right- 36", left side height top to bottom- 19", bottom left moving right to start of taper- 14 1/2", right side top to bottom- 16". I will bet you not a single amp board on here is going to be the same dimensions! I think what you are asking for in the last post is the distance top to bottom where the board starts to taper. "on mine" it is 19". The top and bottom are parallel.

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