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Old 08-14-2015, 02:10 AM   #1
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Default Question about Swim Platforms

I am going to get some SeaDek done for my '06 1900 SR3. SeaDek already has a template for the swim platform, but when I spoke to them the other day, she told be that there may be a problem with the four screws that attach the ladder, in that they may not line up with the templet that they have on hand. She said that sometimes the holes may be different from boat to boat. As far as I know, the swim deck is OEM.

Does anyone know if these come off an assemble line and are all made the same?

Thanks in advance
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Old 08-17-2015, 01:26 PM   #2
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Make a template of your swimplatform and send it to Seadeck. They will tweak their template so it fits. The boats are manufactured relatively inplace. It is not an assembly line like an automotive factory. You may be overestimating how many are actually made of a model in a year. The last few years they've been making them to order.

If their experience is that the placement may vary, then I would simply go with making your own template.
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