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262 in sunny FL

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  1. Nice photos! Did you guys swim in your gear or beach and then anchor offshore?
  2. How did it go? If you don't mind, what was the cost? I like the look, but I think I'd prefer to stick with snap-in carpet.
  3. Any updates on your boat? In thinking about it, I'd want proof of the "failure". I'd want to have the arch (even all the pieces) before I believed his story. Was this a wide load with a follow vehicle? Where's the pieces? I really, really don't believe his story. Stupid men at boat shows hang off arches and they don't break off.
  4. Did you email Monterey? They had one for the 262.
  5. Sorry for the delayed response. Anyway, yup, leaf & small twigs can find their way into the anchor locker. I trailer my 262 and we have lots of trees. The internal flap just seems like a PITB to drainage and I can't see a reason for it. Which boats do you guys have? And, erik, I remember your posts about the windlass and will probably end up revisiting that idea this "winter". Thanks
  6. When I click it it goes to my own personal videos, not to yours.
  7. Sounds like a cover story for his error but there's no way to disprove it. 10 months to repair it? Are you sure they aren't using it?
  8. I'm thinking about removing the flap inside the anchor locker because I think the rode is holding it closed and it collects leaves. Instead of the flap I'd install a clam shell cover to stop the splashes from entering. Does anyone foresee a problem with removing the flapper and installing the cover? Thanks in advance
  9. Thanks for the update Bob! I'm going to stop by Walgreens ASAP for some.
  10. Haha, so take it to them and make them search Not a bad idea.
  11. How about another update? Thanks
  12. It rains here a lot too, I had not considered how I'd access the grill with the windows on. Thanks for saving me from that one. Ok, so now I'm thinking about putting it on the transom, starboard side.
  13. I can't help with a brochure, but I just bought a 262 DPand get on plane very quickly (if given the chance I'd go up in prop) and I've seen 40+ MPH on the GPS (fast as I wanted to go).
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