X dimension
I was wondering were to mesure from to get the true x dimension, thanks

Use the search function, here is a quick find on how to measure for a bravo boat
This can come in handy when trying to measure your X or your propshaft depth since it can be "awkward" especially by yourself. Measure to the bottom of the transom assy and add 9.25" and that is your X. Now subtract your X from 21.825" and that will be your prophaft depth. Example: From the bottom of my boat to the transom plate is 7.875". Add 9.25" to that to get an X of 17.125". Subtract that from 21.825" to get 4.7" propshaft depth. 
thanks floatin , Il check it out.

I mesured from the bottom of the transom plate to bottom of the hull and I get 13.5 add 9.25 and come up with 22.75. subtract the larger from the smaller and get I guess a .925 sound right ? Its a staggered boat with 2 sportmasters and 18.25 propshaft centers. thanks dean

Originally Posted by 575cat
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I mesured from the bottom of the transom plate to bottom of the hull and I get 13.5 add 9.25 and come up with 22.75. subtract the larger from the smaller and get I guess a .925 sound right ? Its a staggered boat with 2 sportmasters and 18.25 propshaft centers. thanks dean
Other option here, jot down your serial number and call Fountain for a copy of your original performance report. It will have the X right on it. 
Originally Posted by 575cat
(Post 3037777)
I mesured from the bottom of the transom plate to bottom of the hull and I get 13.5 add 9.25 and come up with 22.75. subtract the larger from the smaller and get I guess a .925 sound right ? Its a staggered boat with 2 sportmasters and 18.25 propshaft centers. thanks dean

Yes straightedge off the hull and directly up to another staightedge, the boat was origanaly built with tripples and fountain rerigged it in 08, I knew it was high but I just wanted to see what kind of number I had. thanks again, dean

hey floatin just checking to see if you got my pm, thanks

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