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mhoyt01 posted 08-18-2003 02:33 PM ET (US)   Profile for mhoyt01   Send Email to mhoyt01  
I seem to have no good place to tow on my whaler 22 w/d. It doesn't have the lifting eyes to create a yoke with like the regular outrages do. It doensn't even have the cleats on the inner wall underneath the gunnel in the back.

I have ideas but thought maybe you guys might have better ones.

I'm going to buy a pair of cleats for the inner walls there so I can tie up to the dock better, but those are poor excuses for towing anything of substance.

Any suggestions are appreciated...

Trying to get this thing completely dialed in in So Cal,

quattro20vt posted 08-18-2003 06:20 PM ET (US)     Profile for quattro20vt  Send Email to quattro20vt     
I face the same query was for trailer tie-down purposes, as well as towing the kids on a tube.

Here's an earlier posts/response from this forum I'll get around to doing this, probably over the winter.

You mention no cleats and hawse pipes...mine doesn't have them either, nor did another WD model I looked at. My cleats are on top the gunnels. I'm not sure if this is typical of WD models, but based on wood locating diagram, it looks like the WD transom console may interfere with interior cleats. Anyone with a 22 WD and interior cleats?

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