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    pump shoe install ?'s

    I've done it before but i want to make sure im doing it right on my new hull!! Keep it as much front and up as high as i can right ? i had that hull painted and i'm planing on sanding the contact areas .. anything else u guys can think of ?

    thanks


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    Shoe should be recessed in the hull between .065 to .075 or about the same as a nickel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slow1300 View Post
    I've done it before but i want to make sure im doing it right on my new hull!! Keep it as much front and up as high as i can right ? i had that hull painted and i'm planing on sanding the contact areas .. anything else u guys can think of ?

    thanks
    Like Duke said on the elevation. But I like mine back as far as I can instead of foward.

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