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  owners manual (chriswheat)
Posted: 6:44:36 pm on 9/13/2015 Modified: Never
 
Hello all,
It's been a while since I checked in here at the forum. I've been living aboard here in south Florida since last October and now need to have the old girl hauled and stored for a few months. Back home in PA I have a copy of the owners manual which I acquired through the Association many years ago with a page that shows the sling location for hauling, but I don't have that info with me. The marina that will be pulling me out wants to know the sling locations. I've searched the site but can't seem to find that page. Can someone make that page available to me for download or point me in the right direction within the Associations site here?  Thanks in advance!

Chriswheat Second Wind


Chesapeake Bay MD

  Re: owners manual (bosco)
Posted: 9:14:25 pm on 9/14/2015 Modified: Never
 
Hi Chris,
  I am away from home, where my manual is, however, from experience with my Mk III I can suggest that if you look inside your boat and located the two major bulkheads , those are  the points where the hull is best supported from inside. These are at the bridgedeck and forward end of salon.
Clare Jordan. Aragorn
  Re: owners manual (chriswheat)
Posted: 9:34:10 pm on 9/14/2015 Modified: Never
 
Thanks Clare, that's what I'm planning on. The boatyard asked for a diagram and i know I have one just eleven hundred miles down the street. I'll be there to oversee so it won't be a problem. After all, what could possibly go wrong?  

Chriswheat Second Wind


Chesapeake Bay MD

  Re: owners manual (Jeff)
Posted: 6:18:40 pm on 9/15/2015 Modified: Never
 
As long as the sling isn't under the prop/shaft there really isn't much that can go wrong. It's not like they're lifting a newer Hunter.

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