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Mast Height & engine question.

What is the mast height on a 31? I can't find it and don't want to guess on this one. Also I was reading yesterday that a universal engine is really a Kabota. Does anyone know the kabota model for the m18?? Thanks to all who have helped us learn about our Oday 31.
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What is the mast height on a 31? I can't find it and don't want to guess on this one. Also I was reading yesterday that a universal engine is really a Kabota. Does anyone know the kabota model for the m18?? Thanks to all who have helped us learn about our Oday 31.

I don't know the mast height, but the "I" measurement for an O'Day 30' is 39.75 feet. For an O'Day 30' tall rig it's 41.5'. For an O'Day 32' it's 39'
The "I" measurement is the from the deck to the top of the headstay.
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My O30 is 44ft from the water line to the top. yours is about the same.
found this on OdayOwners.com

BOAT SPECS AS FOLLOWS: DRAFT 5FT-3\\\" DISP 10,100LBS BALAST 3,800 LBS SAIL AREA FOR 100% 436 SQ FT.(GENOA 155%) KEEL-LEAD EXT. MOUNTED FUEL CAP 26 GALS ENGINE - UNIVERSAL DIESEL MODEL M-18 2 CYL.RUNS GREAT. BRIDGE CLEARANCE 44FT.

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