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Old 11-11-2007, 06:00 PM
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Looking for feedback from anyone that has done this. I saw a picture of a 32 DCB with them on it but do't know who's boat is was and there is a 32 Skater on Grant's Custom Rigging's website.

Any help from actual owners or those that did the rigging for this application would be appreciated.
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yeah how did that 32 skater work with the konrads... that would be an interesting package.. 700s and konrads....
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Biggus - would know
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Looking for feedback from anyone that has done this. I saw a picture of a 32 DCB with them on it but do't know who's boat is was and there is a 32 Skater on Grant's Custom Rigging's website.

Any help from actual owners or those that did the rigging for this application would be appreciated.
That boat runs very well. It is up in Maine. Biggus will know all the specs but the owner is very happy with the drives.
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is the owner a member here???
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It was a 34 DCB, went to TAOD for paint. I tried to find the thread, but I didn't have much time.
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http://www.offshoreonly.com/forums/s...ght=konrad+dcb
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Thanks for the link. Would be nice to hear some actual owner experience.
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Sonny,

Mindi and her Team at Doller Offshore has performed this on a few V-bottoms. There were some posts with pics about it, including how they moved the engines, and such.

Biggus, here on the board is a Rep. for Konrad. His name is Kurt, and he can be of a lot of assistance to you. Shoot him a PM. If he comes to see you, make sure you have a big fridge/cooler. He told me he torques the drives on according to how many "bhee-rsss" he's got in him.

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Sonny I do not think that the owner of that boat is a member on OSO. I do know he is VERY happy with them and feels that the boat is safer with the Konrads.
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