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Is my new tuna door too big?

Old 12-12-2019, 10:45 AM
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Easiest way to remove t top from a badly damaged hull.

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12-12-2019, 02:03 PM
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Oversized tuna door can be fixed with a procedure called labiaplasty I believe.
Old 12-12-2019, 10:47 AM
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Going for one of those new pop out platforms at the sandbar? Or flip out side gunners seat?
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That'll buff right out.....
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Old 12-12-2019, 11:00 AM
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Old 12-12-2019, 11:38 AM
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You couldn’t just unbolt the top and lift it over the gunwale?
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Guess I'm not a center console, T top guy cause I don't understand.
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Originally Posted by Timeless View Post
You couldn’t just unbolt the top and lift it over the gunwale?
damn you, i was going to say that. you ruin everything.
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damn you, i was going to say that. you ruin everything.
Sorry about that. Sort of. I just don't really understand the purpose of the T-Top door, other than one had spare time and sawzall blades on their hands. Unless the console is going with the top? This does however confirm the hull is not foam filled
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That's Bluefin Tuna Size! LOL
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Sorry about that. Sort of. I just don't really understand the purpose of the T-Top door, other than one had spare time and sawzall blades on their hands. Unless the console is going with the top? This does however confirm the hull is not foam filled
Low ceilings is my guess. Its actually easier then cutting the wheels in half (ask me how I know).
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My guess is that the mini excavator in the background doesn't have enough height reach to lift it over the gunwale?
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No, but that gunnel makes your a$$ look too fat.
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Looks tippy ...
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Oversized tuna door can be fixed with a procedure called labiaplasty I believe.
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So are we going to get the real story? I'm genuinely curious.
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Isn't that really considered a dive door? You planning on pulling a 13 whaler on the back as a dinghy? Or maybe someone already tried to dock another boat on the back of that one.
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