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Robd

Chap 276 ssx height on a trailer?

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This is the open bow boat it comes with trailer.  

Its not on trailer yet just trying to figure this out. 

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What are you asking, my friend?  What kind of truck or vehicle are you towing with and do you have a pic of the trailer?

Have the same boat and a couple of pics of my setup but not sure if those will help you.  Do you need a measurement to the top of the bunks?

 

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I suspect it's a garage door clearance issue.  Anyone know the max height of a 276 on trailer, presumably to top of tower.

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6 hours ago, JPFunk said:

I suspect it's a garage door clearance issue.  Anyone know the max height of a 276 on trailer, presumably to top of tower.

Not sure what measurement he's looking for.  I measured mine for a trip to Maryland to be sure I knew the total height for bridge clearances, but had to consider the radar too.  IIRC, it was around 11'-9".  I think it would be very difficult to clear a 10' tall garage door opening TBH.  Plus gotta check and see if it has a ski tow bar on top of the arch.  That's another 3" or so but I think they unscrew easily. 

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 Yeah I got an answer also around 12 feet

No it’s definitely not going to fit in my garage door I only have a 10 foot open  height

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47 minutes ago, Robd said:

 Yeah I got an answer also around 12 feet

No it’s definitely not going to fit in my garage door I only have a 10 foot open  height

Length of garage is also another consideration.  The boat is almost 29 ft long plus you have to add the front end & tongue of the trailer.  In my case that's another 7 ft or so beyond the tip of the bow.  You need a really long garage. 

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