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  1. Well, she's here!!! Last Thursday the boat was delivered by my good friend Hatem Gomma, or just Hatem as we all know him here. He did me the favor of a life time and it was such a pleasure to meet him in person and take him out on the test run (and to lunch afterwards ), which I am happy to report was ultimately a success! The value of this board is immense and I can't stress that enough! I actually bought this boat sight unseen through a dealer in Maryland, who was mostly helpful. I had another good friend, Bill Crowell, or Billable Hours inspect the boat for me. Like HG, Bill also did a fa
  2. Anyone on here own or have personal hands on knowledge of a 285 ssx cuddy? Wondering what your thoughts where on bigger cuddies like that model. I have 4 kids under the age of 7 and was thinking about buying a second boat to have at a different property. I was thinking the kids might like playing in the cuddy some times during the day when we are hanging out on the hook. I would install a couple fans to help with circulation. It would also be nice having a head. Kids seem like they always need to use the bathroom, lol. As some of you know, I am the proud owner of a 21 h2o. I like having
  3. Fellow Chapers, I want to install a fishfinder with transducer on my cuddy cabin. Currently, i have a depth gauge wire on the back next to my outdrive which runs underneath my swim deck into my boat. When i lift my engine hatch there is a space behind my engine i cant see into because of the fiberglass design. Granted, i can take a longer look tomorrow when i go boating. Most people say tape teh wire to the existing and pull thru, but im not removing my dpeth gauge, so this is a more customer install. How do i run this cable to my sterring wheel area where teh fish finder will be installed
  4. I am looking for a 2007 or 2008 Chaparral SSi 275. There are only a couple that I've seen on the market in the entire country. I am ready to purchase immediately. Does anyone have any suggestions???
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