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Old 18-11-2017, 15:56   #1
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2003 Hunter 356. If anyone has easy access to their boat, I need an accurate measurement from the toe-rail down to the tape stripe. It looks to be about 10Ē. Unfortunately Iím about 3,000 miles away from the boat until January. Thanks.
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Wouldnít that distance be variable?
Need to specific at what location if Iím right, and unless I misunderstand itís not close to ten ft.
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Patrick, did you post the question on the Hunter owner site. There’s a 356 down the dock from me and I’ll go measure it tomorrow
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Wouldnít that distance be variable?
Need to specific at what location if Iím right, and unless I misunderstand itís not close to ten ft.
The stripe is parallel with the toe rail along the length of the hull. And I wrote 10Ē, not 10 feet
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Patrick, did you post the question on the Hunter owner site. Thereís a 356 down the dock from me and Iíll go measure it tomorrow
Thanks Don! The measurement I need is shown in the attached pic as a red line.
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The stripe is parallel with the toe rail along the length of the hull. And I wrote 10Ē, not 10 feet


Sorry thought you meant the boot stripe.
If SB canít help, perhaps a call to Hunter could give you an exact measurement?
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Thanks Don! The measurement I need is shown in the attached pic as a red line.
It varies a little between 11-12Ē from the bottom of the toenail to the top of the strip. The strip goes through the center of the port light at the mid point of the hull.

Let me know if you need anything else.
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It varies a little between 11-12Ē from the bottom of the toenail to the top of the strip. The strip goes through the center of the port light at the mid point of the hull.

Let me know if you need anything else.
I'm sorry I mistyped it and didn't catch in time to edit.

The measurement is from the bottom of the rubrail.
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I'm sorry I mistyped it and didn't catch in time to edit.

The measurement is from the bottom of the rubrail.
Thanks Don. Iíll buy you a wobbly pop when our wakes cross again.
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