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Old 05-20-2019, 10:49 AM
Pair a Docs Pair a Docs is offline
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Default 23 sf trailer dimensions

I am new to the community so please forgive if I go about this the wrong way...still trying to figure out how things work here.

Will be starting refurb on my first SeaCraft once I get it home. 1980 23 sf outboard. I will post some pics when I figure out how to do that.

Today I need some trailer set up help. I need to know the length from bow eye to transom. I believe I saw that on a thread but can seem to find it again. 21.5' was given as the length. Can anyone confirm that?

The boat is still an hour and a half away....I'd rather not drive up there just to get this measurement.

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Old 05-20-2019, 11:08 AM
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It kinda depends on where your bow eye is and where on the transom you are measuring to; the bow has a steep rake and the transom has about a 13 degree angle. The horizontal distance from the chine line at the bow to the keel at the transom is about 19.9'. My bow eye is just above the chine line, so a little longer on mine.
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Old 05-20-2019, 02:38 PM
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Much appreciated! Maybe I'll see you around Park City.
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Old 05-20-2019, 03:18 PM
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Pair a Docs, Welcome! Hit me up, as I'm in the farms and in the middle of a 23 resto also. Slow going, but forward none the less. PM Me for contact info. Your welcome to come take all the measurements you want. My 23 is on the trailer in the front yard.

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