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BigKahuna

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Mine is a twin elliptical salt water series and your photo looks like a tritoon. Is there a difference in the two?
Hey Kozzie it doesn't matter if it's 2 toons or a tritoon. What he means is there should be a skirt made out of the same material that covers up the area where the pontoons and the wavetamer meet. Look at the circled part of his picture again. With that skirt no water can get above the pontoons and it would give it a nice finished look. You shouldn't be able to see any gaps anywhere under there.
 

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Photo of locally fitted ‘Wavetamer To Bow’ with lowered trailer winch strap U-bolt. Looks pretty neat.
Kozzie - Please advise on addition of Pulley ? is this shown in attachment in red circle an anchor pulley ?

If this is your anchor rig PLEASE share details and more pics. Thx

BTW- Love your work on Wavetamer!
 

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Kozzie - Please advise on addition of Pulley ? is this shown in attachment in red circle an anchor pulley ?

If this is your anchor rig PLEASE share details and more pics. Thx

BTW- Love your work on Wavetamer!
Hi Dewzee, The anchor winch is a really important feature to me. It makes life so easy.
The brand Is ‘Lonestar’, Australian made and also available in the US. Full 5 yr warranty. This is the smallest winch they make, GX 1. The guy who owns the business is from your country, he’s from Texas, saw the light and moved to Australia.
The dealer’s shipwright installed the winch along with the Wavetamer.
The winch is bolted to a plate under the deck and to the polished 316 SS plate it sits on. It’s really strong.
There is a switch on the helm to operate and you can get a foot switch and wireless remote if preferred. I had it installed off centre so it’s visible from the helm when operated and can still walk through the opening.
 

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Kozzie2020

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Hey Kozzie it doesn't matter if it's 2 toons or a tritoon. What he means is there should be a skirt made out of the same material that covers up the area where the pontoons and the wavetamer meet. Look at the circled part of his picture again. With that skirt no water can get above the pontoons and it would give it a nice finished look. You shouldn't be able to see any gaps anywhere under there.
Thanks BigKahuna. I’ll have to mention it to my dealer.
 
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