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compromise

RO# 27270

Posted - Jun 05 2014 :  15:59:28  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thinking about having a bow thruster installed . I have a 31 pc and would like to know where the motor would be placed. Under the bed is the battery for the anchor. Did anyone have one installed? Trying to figure out the placement.Thanks any info would be great

Homeport: new york

jeff_c

RO# 25917



Posted - Jun 05 2014 :  22:58:16  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
My 2007 came with a bow thruster install from the factory. The whole thing was under the front berth and under the battery. It was accessible by taking this drawers our from t under the berth.
What year is your formula?


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Current:
2008 Prestige 42 Fly...the "Major Decision"


Past:
1970 13' Boston Whaler Sport...the "Minor Decision"
2007 Formula 31PC...the "Family Decision"
2000 Proline 30 Express...the "Our Decision"
1997 Hydra-Sports 22' Center Console...the "Split Decision"


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compromise

RO# 27270

Posted - Jun 06 2014 :  15:28:22  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Ok thanks. 07 Never thought it would be next or under battery for anchor.


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compromise

RO# 27270

Posted - Jun 06 2014 :  15:28:43  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Ok thanks. 07 Never thought it would be next or under battery for anchor.


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32carv

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Posted - Jun 06 2014 :  16:14:33  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I saw a guy at my marina install one on his boat. He does auto body work for a living but it was still the most aggressive do it yourself project that I have seen. He had a hard time figuring out where the hole would be on the inside.
Jim



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