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Old 03-21-2018, 10:56 PM   #1
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Default Newbie looking for 2300SCR specs

Hi all!

I have purchased a 2300 SCR (1991) and I am Google'ing like crazy to find the correct specs for my boat, as it does not have a manual (nor can I find a manual under documents).

I have found sites with some of the specs, but not all of them. What I am particularly looking for is the height and preferably also the clearance of the boat, so I know which bridges I can pass.

Does anyone know where to find these details? I can't seem to find the correct website stating this info, which might have to do with the fact that I am searching from The Netherlands - maybe Google is giving me different results than when I would be in the US.

Hope anyone can help me out, thanks a lot!

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Old 03-22-2018, 01:05 AM   #2
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The best way to find bridge clearance is to measure from the water line to the top of windshield or the top of the canvas.
As for the manual, they do not have a lot of info. best to find a manual on the engine and outdrive.
The rest of the boat is just learning what you can.
Also if you fill out your signature with boat, engine and drive info we can help you better.
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Best way is to measure the boat while "on" the water. Even measuring while on the trailer is not accurate. Best cast is to measure your height and know the bridge heights on your water ways. Also don't forget to check the tides during your underway adventures. I know the tides are pretty extreme in your part of the world.
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Welcome aboard 'dcsmt'!!

Are you looking for 'air draft' when on the water? Or clearance height when towing?
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Old 04-10-2018, 04:35 PM   #5
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I have a 1993 2300SCR. I just posted on this forum a copy of the owner's manual and a copy of the parts list for this boat. The owner's manual does have some boat specs but I did not see the info you are specifically looking for.
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