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Old 05-11-2011, 03:01 PM
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Very cool but what exactly is a capped hull & interior???? Thanx[/QUOTE

Capped is when there is no rub rail. They basically glass the deck and hull together. Looks great, but you better be good at docking

Its really popular out west. Adds qite a few thousand to the price.

Not sure how an interior can be 'capped.'
Thanx, obviously know what the no rubrail is but did not know that that was what it was called!! Like U say, looks Awesome but it would not B 4 me!! Launch'n the boat everytime I use it & pull'n up 2 docks!!!! I like my rail!!!
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Thanx, obviously know what the no rubrail is but did not know that that was what it was called!! Like U say, looks Awesome but it would not B 4 me!! Launch'n the boat everytime I use it & pull'n up 2 docks!!!! I like my rail!!!
They only "CAP" the front bow and the transom stern.. The sides get a rub rail.
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They only "CAP" the front bow and the transom stern.. The sides get a rub rail.
This is called a half-cap then, correct? A full cap would be the whole boat, right?
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This is called a half-cap then, correct? A full cap would be the whole boat, right?
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half, full or no cap that things fine
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Great looking boat! Congrats!
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Looks great!
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