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Gunnel Mount Boom - Can be attached to virtually any boat without a factory pylon - inboard, outboard, or I/O.
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Q:What is the Diameter and length of the post on the mounting bracket that the boom slides on to ? Also the distance from the bracket to the hole for the attachment pin? I am talking about the bracket mounted to the gunnel behind the driver.
Thanks, DavidAsked on 7/25/2010 by Anonymous from KC MO
A:i know the first part of the boom is about 8 ft. then the part that is off the boat is another 5 ft. the boom is about 13 ft. in allAnswered on 8/7/2011 by jc from mn
Q:Is it any different then barefooting off of a boom attached to a pylon? And do you get sprayed by the boat more because the boom is farther back on the boat?Asked on 9/7/2009 by Anonymous
A:It is different because it is meant to help you learn barefooting without having to spend all the energy being drug through the water and spinning to get to where you can stand. With the booms the take a lot of the difficulty out of trying to learn barefoot skiing. The spray is minimal from the boat but you can definitely send spray onto yourself and the driver if you do not do your feet right while on the boom. Hopefully the driver doesn't mind to much if that happens to you.Answered on 9/28/2009 by JUSTIN from OVERTON'S TECHNICIAN
Q:Can you raise or lower the bar without adding another bracket?Asked on 8/25/2009 by Anonymous from CO
A:It is meant to rest on the side/gunnel of the boat so there is no need to raise or lower the boom. When you are done using it there is a quick release that pops the whole boom out of the side mounted bracket so that it can be completely removed for storage. It does not matter how tall you are the adjustments to the boom are made inside the boat so there is no need to raise or lower the boom. Just let it rest on the side.Answered on 9/4/2009 by JUSTIN from OVERTONS TECHNICIAN
Q:Do you have any detail on the brackets used to attach this?
I need to understand how I can attach this to my center console.Asked on 8/15/2009 by David from Statham, GA
A:It uses a "U" bracket that mounts on top of the gunnel and a 4-bolt plate that mounts to the side of the opposite gunnel. Not sure if it could be adapted for a center console, as the gunnel saver pad is fixed on the boom.Answered on 8/24/2009 by Rick in S.C. from Greenville, S.C.
Q:How long is the boom from end to end? Is this substantially longer than a standard straight boom that mounts to a pylon so as to compensate for the increased distance to the opposite gunwale?Asked on 8/9/2009 by mgm from WI
A:13 ft. longAnswered on 8/7/2011 by jc from mn
Q:How does this boom attach to a boat? Are there mounting brackets to the boat?Asked on 5/6/2009 by Anonymous
A:With two mounting bracket and two cables to the bow.Answered on 5/21/2009 by Ike from Overtons