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- Mon May 28, 2018 12:29 pm
- Forum: REPAIRS and MODIFICATIONS
- Topic: Best Trailer Tires
- Replies: 7
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I think your sidewall cracking may be due to heat and sun damage. You may want to consider covers since you are in a warm/humid climate year round. Our 16" skiff has a small trailer that's keep outside in a storage lot, and we have two sets of tires, one set is old and cracked for storage and ...
- Wed Apr 04, 2018 4:51 pm
- Forum: The GAM
- Topic: Boat Transport Recommendation
- Replies: 11
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Hello, I used UShip (http://www.uship.com/Boat/Transport) last year to move my 2003 160 Dauntless from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida to Lansing, Michigan. There were multiple carriers bidding on the move and each had several reviews about their service which helped to make a choice. They bid on the work ...
Just looked at the boat you're getting, and I REALLY like it. It has all the features we'd want. Currently we have a 16' Riviera Fiber Corp with a Merc 2 stroke 50 on the back and it is doing the trick for us. But if we're ever in the market to replace it one day, it'll be this boat. Congratulations...
Thank you guys for the reply. We are spec-ing a new 315 with this option and not sure if it is worth the money, or if it'll become dusty, or if it's the best thing since sliced bread. The feedback we received from the sea trial was some customers say it doesn't cook thick stakes and chops well. Wond...
Hello everyone, new to ContinuousWave and maybe one day new to the Boston Whaler family. The boat we are interested in has an option for the Summer Kitchen, and when I do a search there doesn't seem to be a lot of information out there about it. I am hoping to learn from those that have this option,...