Hey guys. I'm switching up one of our boats to a more family friendly boat and have picked up some Hardin Marine logs. Looking at the alignment of where the hose wants to point from the logs to the transom it looks like the tips will need to be a ways down on the transom.
Question to the gang....... do I need to be concerned with the tips being too low in the water at rest/anchor/idle?
It's my 18' Brendella that looks just like a splash of a 18' Southwind. Motor has been changed to a mild single 4 BBC cruiser motor. No big cam.
ps... Here's a shot with the old motor. Assuming that the motor would set similar in the water, with the tips aligned directly with the logs it puts the the top of the tip even with the top of the bowl. What height do the tips need to be at while the boat is as "rest"?