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Cladded Arch

Discussion in 'Owners Chat: Options and Upgrades' started by EJB, Aug 15, 2016.

  1. EJB

    EJB Member

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    I now have the boat and the cladded arch is very easy to use. It has struts that assist in the raise and lowering of it. As far as trailering, you can only trailer in the raised position as that is the only way to lock it in. The arch moves with a turn of a provided allen wrench and is very easy to use.
     
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  2. lakeliving

    lakeliving Well-Known Member

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    Good to know. Any photos of the new boat?
     
  3. Vikingstaff

    Vikingstaff Well-Known Member

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    Interesting to hear.  I'd love to see some pictures of your boat.  It sounds like its a beauty.
     
  4. EJB

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    There's a chunk of change...
     
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    adkboater Well-Known Member

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    Sweet boat!! Welcome to the club, going to need some performance specs on that bad boy!!
     
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    That looks fantastic! +1 on adkboater's request for performance specs. I would love some side profile pictures too. Glad the arch is very user friendly for you as well.  Nice!
     
  8. Rickybobby571

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    I was told there is gas support struts and its easy to do but no one knows how at the dealer. I saw a hex bolt under a cover that can be removed and the base has large hinges. I'm interested in hearing if anyone has had success in lowering theirs
     
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    BulldogsCadillac Just some guy

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    Read post #21 above
     
  10. Charles white

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    Mine has the gas shocks...it is a little cumbersome to unlatch and fold but it works great when puttting away for the winter 2018 27qcwio
     

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