Well folks, things are happening here, tore the whole mess down to bare hull, re- ran all the wiring, cables, just finished putting the carpet back in, seat risers, throttle pedal, battery box and painted the engine compartment, ordered a new aluminum trailer and being delivered next week from florida, I am stoked, taking a lot more time than I thought but looking like I dreamed of it, going to rebuild the pump next weekend, then start the compounding, buffing and scratch removal. Will take pics next weekend when it is on the new trailer and post. Looking forward to the river and the fun with hanging out with my fellow brothers. Motor still will be torn down in the next couple of weeks. It will take the least amount of time to install other than everything else that I have been doing.
Well the trailer has been built and arrived at the shop today, I will be at the shop all this weekend working on finishing the interior, diverter cable and handle, install the pump and load it on the new trailer, also have to put the motor on the stand to tear down. post more pics on sat night.
The trailer is a lot skinnier as well from fender to fender is only 6'-2" as the rub rail to rub rail dimension is 6' so the boat rub rail will sit just above the fender by about two inches, most are made to be 7'-0" and it should be a little shorter than your bill. The sunkisst I would think is a ton lighter as well