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New Bu (17 23lsv) arrived! a little drama to boot!

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33 minutes ago, kerpluxal said:

or if you don't have the ratchets, the place to strap your boat to your trailer.

The holes are at the wrong orientation for the boat buckles.  Those require a different type of bracket.  


40 minutes ago, teamerickson said:

Probably this. Trailer tie down ratchets.



The hole doesn't seem large enough for a traditional strap -- and the angle between that point and the transom eyes is also wrong -- it looks like would put pressure on the side of the swim platform.  



edit: nevermind.  It appears they strap to something below the swim deck.


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40 minutes ago, Fffrank said:

edit: nevermind.  It appears they strap to something below the swim deck.


Surfgate boats strap to the swim deck brackets, and the transom eyelets are just for lifting now.

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6 hours ago, powderjay said:

Seems a tire blew on the semi and bent a fender on the trailer.  Dealer is replacing.  I will take a look this weekend.  Is it summer yet??

Love the boat (and colors!).  Now update that boat in your signature .. again!

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On 14/03/2017 at 4:09 AM, Fffrank said:

What are those two eyelets on the inside of the trailer for?

Tie down points to clear the actuators in the surf gate.

the traditional tie down points outboard would clash with the actuators

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