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Old 07-07-2011
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Question boom clearance

i just bought a 35 p last summer an don't have a dodger the frame came with the boat, an i now would like to have a dodger made but i cant seem to see where there is room for it with the space for the boom. do you have a dodger an is there room for it ? art
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I do have a dodger ... In two seasons I only put it on once when I first bought the boat ... When I get back on the boat I can snap a few photos.
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