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Windlass Install on my 2009 215CC
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I've spent the last couple of weeks assembling all the parts that I would need to install a used Simpson/Lawrence Horizon 900 Freefall Windlass that I bought from a friend in Fl.
Started this morning at 8:30am and finally finished up at 6:30pm this evening.:D
I actually pulled all the wiring for it at least a week and a half ago. Let me tell you that was the hardest part:(. The tube for the wiring for the bow light does not come up in the center console, it just ends somewhere...

Low Budget Skeg Repair

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My Engine Skeg can and does, take a thumping from time to time while scouting around looking for fish in a foot or less of water :rolleyes: And I have crossed over some flats on a falling tide on a plane, this while feeling little thumps through the deck knowing the Jack Plate was as high as she can go and the prop still have some bite :oops: :p

So I attached to this thread, a PDF file showing how I repaired mine in fairly short order...

Fold-away trailer tongue install instructions

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I wanted to be able to store my boat and trailer straight in my garage so that it would only take up one car space, instead of having to store it at an angle. That meant doing something about the long trailer tongue, since the overall length of trailer,boat, and motor was just under 25' (with the motor turned sideways) and my garage is only 20'10" deep.

But, as you can see from the before picture, even if I installed a standard fold-away tongue, the winch stand was going to be my length...

Importing Triumph Boats to Australia

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Importing a Triumph Boat to Australia (and maybe other places too)

Picking the Boat
This all started because the room and creature comforts on my 190Bay were a bit limited for the family. At first I thought the solution was just a bigger CC (more room), then a walkaround (more comfort) but when my family spotted a DC (aka bowrider) at a local boat shop they were sold on the configuration, so was I too. Fortunately the size and configuration included Triumph (my first choice...

Bilge Plug Insertion and Removal Tool

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I made this bilge plug tool a couple of years ago out of a broom stick...it really works great to get those plugs in snug and again to get them out... especially with cold and wet hands.

Here's a pic:

OWNER ARTICLE: Through-Hulls, Baitwells, and Washdowns

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UPDATE 6/02/2008: The through-hull Installation described in this article has received approval from Triumph. This means that the hull warranty will not be voided by the procedure provided it is done exactly as described in this article. This procedure can also be used to install Through-hull transducers.

Some of the photos are posted, however, my arms really don't fit through the...

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