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Old 04-24-2012, 12:16 PM   #1
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Hi, I have a couple of questions I need answered. Can someone tell me what does my boat draw? And where can I find snap in carpet or a canvas cockpit cover for my boat? Thanks
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Don't know exactly what your boat draws but it's safe to figure 3 feet at rest, and a little less when on plane.

Cockpit cover - try Leta's Top Shop in Washington State. They probably have the original patterns for your boat and all you'll need to do is install the snaps. Otherwise look for a canvas shop in your area and they can make a custom one for ya. Carpet? Corinthian is a sponsor here - check with them.

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A few things to keep in mind regarding draw:

1) At diplacement speed, measure from the water line to the bottom of the skeg on the outdrive.

2) Draw will vary depeding on the amount of load on the boat.

3) The depth guage is based on the location of the transducer. Actual depth is the value on the depth guage PLUS the distance from the waterline to the transducer. Draw, would be the distance from the depth guage to the bottom of the skeg on the outdrive.

Don't run with the drive higher than the limit of the Drive Trim Out. Merc says you can run at idle with the drive higher, but I wouldn't. It's best to try to stay out of really skinny water.
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