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I suspect it would, I used a plastic cutting board to make pads for my cam cleats on the primary winchs.
 

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on my motor mount wedge and motor mount. looks like someone used just silicone. there is no rot . should i take this all off and seal with 3m 5200?
 

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well got the head installed , just need to get the vent hose , removal hose and a fitting to attach to the deck pump out
might have to cut the toilet sole and make a floor below it so i can extend my vberth
 

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So, the porta potty gets pumped out. That is gonna be an expensive situation. Most marinas I know charge by the operation not by the gallon.
 

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well, i just went and picked up my tender. seeing as i have to anchor out i figured i would have to get one anyways. so the reason behind me having to anchor out is that noone will come this far to do a survey so i can get insurance. noone is going to give me insurance. and seeing as insurance is not mandatory here in canada. i will not be getting it. so the boat slips where i am want insurance. its less than 35000 people. and 18 slips. on a small lake. (look up elliot lake in elliot lake) . anyways here is my tender for getting back and forth. aquarius 860 ordered my ladder today will be here on sunday.
 

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Put a 90hp outboard on her and you are good to go! :p Yes, I am JOKING! ... legal disclaimer - DO NOT DO THAT!😂🤣:eek:
 

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Put a 90hp outboard on her and you are good to go! :p Yes, I am JOKING! ... legal disclaimer - DO NOT DO THAT!😂🤣:eek:
lol, although it would be fun, even i aint that brave. ... i will be putting on the max is 30lbs thrust.
 

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well I got my ladder today. i thought it woulda been wider. its pretty narrow. but it will do the job. havent done anything with it yet. should i bolt it through transom or use the supplied screws?
 

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Looks like you have some extra screws to hang a picture or clock.

By all means, bolt that sucker on and back it at least with fender washers.
 

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Does your boat have a pulpit,? You want it high enough to get over, but low enough to climb up.
 

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well im still not mounted. been procrastinating. i wont be using washers. but my backing plates are made of delrin. i will be shaping them before installation continues. i had to drill the mounts a bit bigger to accommodate the bolts.
 

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well it is now installed. delrin as backer plate. will be adding fender washers as well
 

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