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    Default Project 1993 CP openbow restoration thread.

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    Wish me luck, I'm gonna need it..
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    Hold it firmly on the ground, a few pelvic thrusts should do the trick. If not repeat till satisfied!

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    good luck!

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    Wowzers!

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    Just wondering, whats the weight diff. between the openbow vs.standard bow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gone Green View Post
    Just wondering, whats the weight diff. between the openbow vs.standard bow
    I dont know the weight of my boat, but i can lift it a few inches off the bungs.
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    i would say minimum of 300 lbs if not 400 lbs. pm sleeperCP i bet he knows exactly what the difference is

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    I'm just curious, they had to support where the deck was somehow, with braceing + seating I would think it would be abit heaver...with no motor or pump(intake still in ) I can lift mine about 18"

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    Quote Originally Posted by steadymobbin View Post
    i would say minimum of 300 lbs if not 400 lbs. pm sleeperCP i bet he knows exactly what the difference is
    actually I don't. Boats are laid-up so differently. The Station wagon is 775-780 lbs tanks and rigging, 980 with the pump and interior installed. The engine ( long block with intake ) weighs 620lbs.

    At 780 lbs the boat is very sturdy.

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    Why did u get rid of your closed bow cp?

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    So sleeper, only 200 pounds for the pump AND the full interior? Surprising but it makes sense. I would think the pump is in the 75 pound range, so there probably isn't a whole lot of difference between the open bow and the std deck. The deck that is cut out makes up a little bit of the difference for the weight.

    Good thread and keep the pics coming. I've had a few guys ask about an open bow deal and I don't have any verifiable info for them so this will be interesting.....

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