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    Default One Man Boat Flip (my version)

    Well I flipped my boat today but I kinda cheated a little
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    I tried out our new 20 ton boom truck with wireless remote
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    Thats bad ass!!!

    Gee there sure are a lot of winter projects this year! Seems like everyone has a huge laundry list this year....I do.

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    well I guess the bow eye will hold the boat,
    notice the extra saftey strap going down to the stringers
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    next I used a forklift to lift and pull the transom
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    placed on my stringer dolly


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    My bow hook wold have never held, it was a two piece'r after 30 years of trailering. I'd still be skittish with the new one, bare hull is 650 pounds. Looks like is went smooth enough, what you doing to the boat?

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    bolted down and ready to roll
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    Quote Originally Posted by sleekcrafter View Post
    My bow hook wold have never held, it was a two piece'r after 30 years of trailering. I'd still be skittish with the new one, bare hull is 650 pounds. So do you have a remote control for the operation?
    yes wireless remote for the boom truck,
    this bare hull weighs 900 and you should have seen my
    fat a$$ crawl up into the boat to check the reinforcement on the bow eye
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    Thos are some cool toys Outlaw!

    Quote Originally Posted by sleekcrafter View Post
    My bow hook wold have never held, it was a two piece'r after 30 years of trailering. I'd still be skittish with the new one, bare hull is 650 pounds. Looks like is went smooth enough, what you doing to the boat?
    I've held up several boats with their bow eye's and have never had a problem.

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    You make it look to easy

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    So I may have missed the tread , what cha doing???
    Takin it home

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw View Post
    yes wireless remote for the boom truck,
    What brand of boom and who makes the remote?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cave View Post
    So I may have missed the tread , what cha doing???
    I started a setback and makeover last winter

    just getting around to it again, flipped it over to
    shape the bottom where I filled it in, I'm going to repair all those little dings and scratches on the bottom and follow it up with a colorsand and polish then flip it back over.
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