The boat is actually in an old airplane hanger and is heated to 50 F. The caulk wouldn't be an issue - just don't really want to drive up there in the cold.
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Viper wrote:Source of the post That's a nice setup. Wish I had that type of storage, well let's say I do but not willing to pay the crazy prices here. When you get around to install, please post how far out from the transom it is. I need to know if it'll work with my current (OEM) platform until I replace it with a bigger one.
It is a great setup. This will be the only year there because we are moving the boat to Lake of the Woods where there is no indoor storage that I am aware of! I will take lots of photos and measurements as we go and post it here.
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