sand key

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  1. That's odd. I have the curved bimini too and ran wide open a few times this past weekend- lower 50s without any issue. Let me check which way the plastic latches are position this weekend.
  2. Weber Q would seem to fit nicely in that space.
  3. My father in law just got a 22SSRX with a double bimini. Both sides are pretty painless to put up and down with 2 people. Semi challenging part is zipping the two tops together. The top needs to be tight, so it's best to do the zipping before the front (smaller) bimini is locked in. We really like it, albeit it wasn't a cheap option from the factory
  4. Are you guys talking about the holes located in those channels right below the seat cushion? Not holes in the bottom of the compartment.....
  5. Same issue on my father in laws toon. There are channels with drain holes on the upper edge of the compartment. I did not see any drain holes in the bottom of the compartment. The dealer said to put a slight angle (nose up) to the boat while it sit's on the lift. Unless there is drain holes on the aft portion of the compartment this would seem pointless.
  6. Nice looking rig!!! Pup seems to enjoy it too... That black out looks great with the colors you picked.
  7. Have a helm shot of yours? Really like the idea of networking the simrad to the vessel view so chart plotter can be front and center.
  8. Hull ID would be on the back of one of the pontoons. Just a guess. Last two digits should be the year.
  9. Thanks for the pic! Now you really have me thinking. What is to say you put the 6YC where the Simrad is now, and then get a bigger display front and center for the simrad... Your setup looks awesome. Nice and clean.
  10. Awesome! Do you have any full helm pictures? I have the same boat motor combo on order, and you got me thinking about the 6yC...