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  1. Ellie


    Hi Chaparral team, Since we purchased the boat we've never been able to stow the ladder without the ladder lid sticking up - we are thinking about removing the screws and replacing them with something with less head height to get the ladder to completely lay flat. We've tested everything else and for the life of us - we can't figure it out. Thanks! Ellie
  2. Hi, I'm new to this forum. I just traded a 246 SSI for a 277 SSX and I want the same bow ladder on the 277 that I had on the 277. The 277 has the windlass anchor, but it also has the cutout on either side of the bow anchor compartment for the legs of a ladder to fit into when it is extended. Anyone know if this is an option on the 277? Chuck
  3. Has anyone built a doggie ladder that can attach to the swim platform? I've seen some products online, but the cost for the one that looks the most credible is @ $400 bucks. And that's a bit steep for something that gets used 2 to 3 x per year.
  4. Ugh. This is a double embarresing issue. I recently bought a 27' 2000 signature, on my second voyage, I got the boarding ladder caught in the port prop and it bent the ladder (prop had no damage). It will not calapse so I thought I would remove it and just get a replacement since bending back probably wouldn't work. Well, I removed it from the swim platform instead of just removing the screws that attach the ladder to the mount. What I didn't realize is that there is a cavaty in the swim platform where the nuts for the ladder mount are. I tried to reach back there to see if I could gra
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