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Old 04-11-2014, 22:46   #1
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Dead Rise for Morgan Classic

i have a Morgan classic 41' 1986. I have put in a new chartplotter 740S and will be replacing the depth sounder. To do so I need to know the dead rise angle/percentage next to the depth sounder so I know which depth sounder to order. This is best done when the boat is out of the water and the bottom is easy to access.

My problem is that the boat is in the Caribbean and i want to bring the new depth sounder when I fly there. But I need to know the dead rise angle/percentage.

I am looking for someone who either knows the dead rise on the Morgan classic or is has a Morgan classic out of the water and is willing to put an angle bubble on his/her boat for me. This would be a great help.


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