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post #8 of Old 02-20-2008
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Originally Posted by max-on View Post
This "listed" displacement weight by the builder is usually the "design" displacement not the "actual" displacement weight as built, so keep that in mind when estimating the weight, and as Cam said it is the weight before items are added to the boat.
I have found that the listed weight of a boat is generally VASTLY different from reality (with the boat being many thousands heavier in reality). I totally agree with you Max-on. And yes, the travel lift is probably the best way to weigh the boat - assuming it is working on the lift you use.

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