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Old 05-01-2015, 01:38 PM   #1
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Default 2003 2400 scr swimpaltform sizes. Help?

Hello Folks,

I have a 2003 2400 scr and have purchased a swim platform and are in the intial stages on building the mold. I have a choice of 40 inches all the way up to 48 inches in depth. This platform as you may know will go over the current swimplatform.

I would like to have as much room as possible back there..But I would like to hear comments from current swimplatform owners and the sizes they choose and why.

Pros an cons if i go full 48 iches.

Thanks in advance to anyone who wishes to answer.

Happy boating,
Cory
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Old 05-01-2015, 05:55 PM   #2
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I'd ask the people at swimplatforms.com what they recommend. I'd be concerned with the 48" model dragging in the water while trying to plane.
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I'd ask the people at swimplatforms.com what they recommend. I'd be concerned with the 48" model dragging in the water while trying to plane.
I don't think this will happen unless all weight ( passangers) is on the platform.
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