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Old 07-27-2004, 04:24 PM
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What do you need the radar arch for?
You plan on installing a radar on the next one?

Would you think of having a mast fabricated at the forward end of the engine hatch?
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Old 07-27-2004, 08:28 PM
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The bolts on my arch are 86.5" center to center, and there are four bolts spanning 19" on each side.
CUDA, my beam is to wide, apprieciate the help, Thanks Jeff
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Like this one ????
Exactly Like Nothing Else Thats perfect, thanks Doc.
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Old 07-27-2004, 08:33 PM
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Jeff get the one from Cuda and cut it and stretch it. Any good Welder could do it. I know the guy at Nor-Tech could do it.
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Old 07-27-2004, 08:47 PM
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What do you need the radar arch for?
You plan on installing a radar on the next one?

Would you think of having a mast fabricated at the forward end of the engine hatch?
The reason for the Arch is two reasons. The bimini I have now on the 4300 is a pain in the butt to carry down below and its a 2 person install. I also have the front, side and rear curtains that snap in, which come in handy for when its raining and overnighting, which we like to do, spend Sat. afternoon and all of Sunday at the islands, every now and then. Secondly, skin cancer runs high in our family, just a little preventive medicine.

The problem I am having is that the Nortech V's have such awesome lines, and curves, and I really love those integrated scoops, so finding or even building a fiberglass fairing has to be done right, as not to wreck the lines of the boat, if thats even possible. Most will say no, but I like to be creative and will try and figure a way to do it. The only one that I found so far is on the Technomar site, its the 3rd boat over (MADRA'S) http://www.tecnomar.com/inglese/index.htm check it out guys and let me know what you think, Honestly, Thanks Jeff
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[QUOTE=JASSMAN]The reason for the Arch is two reasons. The bimini I have now on the 4300 QUOTE]

The WHAT????!!!





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I would check on one of those free arches. I sent you a PM on aluminum.Good luck!
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Cuda , If Jassman doesnt want the arch I would like to get it from you.

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CUDA, my beam is to wide, apprieciate the help, Thanks Jeff
If anyone else wants it, it's here for the taking.
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Jeff get the one from Cuda and cut it and stretch it. Any good Welder could do it. I know the guy at Nor-Tech could do it.

Thanks Lapse, thats a good idea. Jeff
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