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  1. #31
    Charter Member #655 Charter Member dyno's Avatar
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    1993 Sonic 31ss
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    Holland, Michigan
    toung weight isn't his problem the trailer is just too has 2 foot of bunk behind the boat......Gas axe!!
    If your boat has a sail do you ride a horse to the ramp?

  2. #32
    Platinum Member Platinum Member CigDaze's Avatar
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    Cigarette 35 Cafe Racer
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    St. Petersburg, FL
    Originally posted by dyno
    Gas axe!!
    That'll do it then.

  3. #33
    My Boats:
    85 Formula 302
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    Indy, St. Louis, LOTO
    Originally posted by Baja Daze
    Would there be any way to move the trailer wheels forward? It would have the same effect on tongue weight.
    Not easily. The spring shackles are welded to the trailer, not u bolted. The trailer tracks great, as a Myco should, but it is just not very adjustable. It was never meant to be. I don't think the trailer was built for my boat, but that the prior owner bought it used.

  4. #34
    Registered Milord's Avatar
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    1986 Four Winns Liberator 241
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    Lake St. Clair, Canada
    Sweet Mitch, those are some nice numbers man!

  5. #35
    Gone Fishin' Charter Member Waterfoul's Avatar
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    1988 Tracker Pro 17, 40 hp Mariner.....1972 Glastron GT 140, Merc 50 power!!!
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    Grand Rapids/Holland/Grand Haven
    Mitch is right. The trailer is huge. It used to be a race boat trailer with a drive gaurd. The previous owner, for God knows what reason, cut the drive gaurd off!!! With it gone, the trailer is really long, and the boat sits far enough forward on the bunks that the drives can hit the rear lower cross member of the trailer (the one with the lights in it). Sliding the boat back is not an option as it will never hit the forward bow support (it can't be slid any farther back on the trailer tongue). The entire boat needs to go about 2' further onto the trailer but can't in it's present state.

    Good thing Steve gave you that paint eh Mitch??
    [b]M Go Blue.......Gator boots, gator luggage, gator purses... all at cut rate deals!!!!

  6. #36
    Registered MitchStellin's Avatar
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    Zodiac RIB
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    Grand Haven, MI USA
    Yes, it is wrong, I have a friend who is not using his slip until mid may, it is about 1/4 mile from my house so that is the ticket. Should start this week. I have 3 feet behind the boat and 10 in front of it. I can go forward 3 feet and then the engines are over the axle, right now they sit completely off the axle, any farther back and I would have negative tonge weight.

  7. #37

    Thumbs up BLING BLING

    Nice boat man. Where do they make those? I used to own one of Rick Denboer's old 311's. You'll have to race his 382. It's pretty fast from what I hear.
    About the 83mph, I think I might have to see that first hand, so don't hesitate to call me for another sea trial, I'm only a couple miles from you and the beer store is on the way..


    Did you get the Thundercat put away for the season?

    Last edited by AIRDOO800X; 04-28-2004 at 05:08 PM.

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