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Old    Bizzuck (bizzuck)      Join Date: Nov 2005       05-11-2009, 6:06 PM Reply   
Yesterday on the way back from the river, I hit a huge tree limb with the tower on my boat. Thankfully, it didn't sheer the tower off. However, I think it did cause some damage to the fiberglass on the inside portion of the hull of the boat - the bolt running through the base of the tower and the boat has about 2 cm of play. The damage is to the portion of the tower that ties in on the driver's side. So, I need to get the panel off - the black piece with radio switch, ballast switches, throttle, etc., (if not off, move it out about 3 inches) in order to take a better look at it.

Questions:
Has anyone here ever done this?

How difficult is it going to be?

Any tips/tricks?
Old    Kevin M. (kev88)      Join Date: Feb 2008       05-12-2009, 5:13 AM Reply   
I see you are in Birmingham - call Rambo Marine - they are very helpful.

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