salamis wrote: always needed a bit of donward turn on the tabs.
Torque of the Devil wrote:She is absolutely beautiful Matt! I bought a Regal 1800 (2nd hand) this year and aspire to owning a Crownline like your's when I've grown out of it and have the money! I've always loved the shape of Crownlines, they are the sort of boat that I can sit and look at for hours. Such a beautiful shape and lines etc... I bet you can't wait to take her out on your maiden voyage! Are you plannning to between now and next Spring? Mine's just been winterised so my weekends are less fun to look forward to now All the best and happy boating!
Are you going to change your avatar piccy now or is it your only memory of 'Little Rascal'.
I had a quick look at eLJay yesterday when I was down for a few chores, looks good from what I could see at ground level. A bit of work to do on the leg but I am sure it will come up like new.
markanddawn wrote:salamis wrote: always needed a bit of donward turn on the tabs.
That is something else Matt, I am sure your new boat has trim tabs and you will wonder how you ever managed without them, they are right at the top of my must have list if and when I ever upgrade again. They are so easy to use and can change the whole feel of the boat.
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