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CaptCornchowder posted 01-21-2002 05:11 PM ET (US)   Profile for CaptCornchowder   Send Email to CaptCornchowder  
Anybody have a t-top on thier Montauk, is it a good idea? any pics?

Thanks
C.C.

flwhaler posted 01-21-2002 10:47 PM ET (US)     Profile for flwhaler  Send Email to flwhaler     
BAD idea! NO wood support in the floor. I have seen one done looked really bad and ruined the floor
captbobb posted 01-23-2002 08:00 PM ET (US)     Profile for captbobb  Send Email to captbobb     
Capt. C,

I know of one at bass river marina, that you can view when the marina opens. It is mounted on a 17 ft similar to yours. Mounting
brackets are on the console as well as the floor. Maybe this spreads out the stress.... it has been in for several years and it looks fine to me. Maybe his wife will not allow him past the breakwater and the boat
has not been challanged.

dscew posted 01-23-2002 10:21 PM ET (US)     Profile for dscew    
I thought the entire floor of the 17 was wood. Not that I would mount a T top on one though, since at speed a small boat with a rigid top could become unstable. But can any one clarify if the floor is all wood? And by the way, ins't the transom all wood too?
captbobb posted 01-24-2002 03:56 PM ET (US)     Profile for captbobb  Send Email to captbobb     
I have seen several 17 Ft Makos, 17 Ft Seaways and 17 Ft Aquasports with T Tops none seem to unstable ?

CaptCornchowder posted 01-25-2002 08:29 PM ET (US)     Profile for CaptCornchowder  Send Email to CaptCornchowder     
dscew have you ever had a bimini up at speed , a T top covers less area. Thanks for your support captbobb

C.C.

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