i have my boat (tx19 condor) flipped upside down to paint it and straighten the bottom. Right now it is on a cart resting on the raised part of the cockpit on foam blocks, right under the supports near where the front seats would be. I have a 24" x 24" oak plank on a jack at the front of the bow to take some of the weight off the center. When i staighten the bottom, what is the best way to support the boat? 4 jackstands as far forward and as far back as possible on the stringers? i had it on the jack at the front and 2 stands as far back as i could get them on the stringers before I put it on the cart and I got a little different reading on my straightedge then. I was also told to go 4-5 feet forward on the outer sections and 7-8 feet forward from the transom on the keel with the straghtening. sound right? The rest of the bodywork is done and its in primer, as soon as I get this part done and speedcoated I can get it painted and back on the trailer. My main question is how should it be supported when straightening the bottom?