Questions on new 190 sea Runner

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Re: Questions on new 190 sea Runner

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I kind of figured that. had me worried for a minute though. thanks

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Re: Questions on new 190 sea Runner

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Ok...so you guys got me looking at my set-up now... Just went out and measured. I have about 4.5in of the ET not fully supported by the trailer bunks. This is exactly how it came from the dealer / factory when purchased new in 2017. But there is also no gap between the end of the bunk and the hull so at least the boat is fully supported by the full length of the bunks...

There's no way that I can move the boat forward because the ladder when lowered will then be hitting the tail-light assembly.... As it is now, the ladder when down misses that taillight by about a 1/2 in.

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Re: Questions on new 190 sea Runner

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I have a 21 foot searunner and my ladder hits the light. No worries though as if you look underneath the plastic cover you will see a metal plate protecting the light from the ladder.

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Re: Questions on new 190 sea Runner

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I wonder what is different about our trailers?
Mine is off center to port about an inch or two.
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Re: Questions on new 190 sea Runner

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My trailer and bunk guides really do a great job of pretty much centering the boat every time,,, Maybe off an inch either way which is really no big deal. The other thing that might be different on my boat is that when I ordered it.... I upgraded to the next higher level... so my trailer is basically "over-rated" for my 22OP.

I really think that all of this is something that I'm not going to worry about.... I really don't think that 1.5 inch is going to make a difference...
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Re: Questions on new 190 sea Runner

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In my mind all boat trailers are undersized if you go with the one that is sized to your boat.
Even if all you run is pavement and concrete boat ramps.
I should have gotten a DBL axial 3500-pound trailer, for my 18-foot sportsman.
Well over 1/2 the miles I drive are gravel and dirt. Almost never a boat ramp of any kind. normally just off a relatively flat bank.
Some times I can't get the wheels into the water. The roller bunks let me push it off and as long as there is 8 or 10 inches of water under the jet intake I can drag the front into the water.
I do have to winch it back up on to the trailer, that's when you can see my trailer is "undersized" LOT of flex.
Anyway, hope you get your problem fixed to your satisfaction.
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The light at the END of the TUNNEL is Now TURNED OFF!!!

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Re: Questions on new 190 sea Runner

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SeaDawg wrote:
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The other thing that might be different on my boat is that when I ordered it.... I upgraded to the next higher level... so my trailer is basically "over-rated" for my 22OP.


Oh ok. Smart move. Must be a little wider. Too bad they couldn’t get it within hewes warranty specs.

I think the op was wise to address this issue now. Although it does seem silly to support those last 5-6” that don’t actually touch the bunk. Either way, at least he is within hewes warranty specs now.
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Re: Questions on new 190 sea Runner

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I have a 21' Sea Runner ET and same as Nathan, my step comes down and hits the light. No damage as I'm in and out all the time.
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Re: Questions on new 190 sea Runner

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Hope I didn,t open a can of worms with this gap at the bunk and hull. Hewes wants a picture of the gap with a straight edge on the bottom. Wouldn,t the bunk be a straight edge?
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Re: Questions on new 190 sea Runner

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The bunk was what I was going by. Tried to use a straight edge for the transducer, factory trim tab, etc. I noticed the same curve to the hull under the et.
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