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Old 03-01-2014, 09:59 PM   #1
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My boat is in the US and i am overseas,and i am having some one building a swim platform for my boat.So i have no way to measure the original swim platform curve degree.The curvature degree are the same for 2400scr 1994 all the way to 2400se 2006.I appreciate some feed back.
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Old 03-01-2014, 10:17 PM   #2
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The 2400SCR has a integral swim platform. Are you looking to extend it? SwimPlatforms.com makes one.
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Hi Mike
Yes Mike,i am having (myswimplatform.com) making it for me.It will be a 2 12 feet by, 4 feet half a circle shape.And would like it to mount flat to creat one flat platform, without a small step.The integral platform is curved and i need to know the degree of the curvature.
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So they do not have the measurements.
Seems they should have this as they have the other data.

I will not be able to get to the marina for another week or two. If you still need the measurement I can try to get it then
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You would assume they do,but they dont.Thanks Mike,You always been a great help,and i am very appreciative.I will keep you posted,and hope my boats dealer or some one will have the measurments in the next couple of days.
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Mo I have a few concerns on what you are planning to do. First the rub rail will need to be removed. Second this area doesn't provide a good mounting point, not much structure here. How do you plan to attach the swim platform? Third assess from the engine compartment for thru bolting is very difficult.

See the attached link, swimplatforms.com make a one level design that sits on top of he existing platform. I have seen this on a boat at my marina and it is a very nice design

http://swimplatforms.com/Maxum_2400_SCR_&_SE.htm
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So sorry Mike,did not mean to not answer you back.I just was not on line for the past 2 weeks,cos i was taking care of my sick mum.And yes Mike you are absolutely correct,and will have to use a top mount swim platform.i found some one to make it for me,and will be a top mount like you said.
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Mo hope your mum is doing better.

No worries about the delay as life happens.

Post some pictures when it has been installed
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Thanks Mike,i sure will post some nice pics for the boat and some of the exotic islands in Thailand.Cheers
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