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Old     (bass10after)      Join Date: Feb 2010       03-20-2014, 11:34 AM Reply   
Currently i have two rev 10's and a bimini on my tower. I'd like to add a second set of rev10's but the tower has a little more play than i'm comfortable adding weight to. Right now its acceptable, but I know adding more weight up there will make it worse. The tower was custom built and is really solid, i think its the hull of the boat that needs some extra reinforcement as it wasn't designed to have a tower mounted in these locations. Should i add extra layers of glass mat in the mounting area and resin them in, or glass in some plywood? Has anyone done this or can you recommend how big of an area to reinforce behind each mount? boat is a 98 mastercraft 230. Right now the tower is mounted using 4 through bolts you see on each mounting foot and one king bolt through the center of each mount as well. The backing plate matches the footprint of the mount you see from the outside so it could stand to be bigger as well. The last picture is the boats current state with everything mounted. the first two are just to get an idea of how its mounted.
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