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Old 07-07-2013, 05:20   #1
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Location: Manistee, MI & Williamsburg, VA
Boat: Beneteau 323, 2004
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Traveller track and dodger question

I'm new to this forum and have not searched it much.
I am preparing to have a dodger made for my Beneteau 323 (finally after seven years). The problem is that the Traveller runs across the front edge of the companionway hatch with minimal clearance beneath it. I would be interested in knowing how anyone may have solved the problem of attaching the forward edge of the dodger to the cabin top. The only solution I have determined so far is to put spacers under the traveller attachment points so that the front tab of the dodger could be slipped beneath and snapped to the cabin top forward of the traveller. I am sure my canvas guy has his own solutions and he is good, but I always like to search out alternatives.

Does anyone here have any better ideas based on their experience and expertise.
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