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RL 28 Antifoul level
Hi all,
My name is James Im a 16 year old boy who is currently restoring my RL 28 and Im just wondering what the factory antifoul level would be on this model RL or if a fellow RL 28 owner out there could measure their antifoul level for me, I understand that it will vary with the amount of possessions,water,fuel,etc... but getting a rough idea of the antifoul level would help me a lot. Cheers
James Castle6-Mar-2018    Edit    Delete 
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LothLotaKendtal10-Nov-2020    Edit    Delete 
Re: RL 28 Antifoul level
HI James
You lucky bugger you!! I would have killed to of been able to have a boat like this at your age. Enjoy ,Enjoy.
If you have the boat on a trailer mark Shanes measurements on the hull and park on a level site and use a laser level to join the two points by raising/lowering the jockey wheel.
Good luck and keep us posted with your progress.
john lloyd8-Mar-2018    Edit    Delete 
Re: RL 28 Antifoul level
Thank you so much Steve for your support! It will help a lot when it comes time to antifoul her, which is still a while away but I thought I would put the question up on the discussion section of this web page thinking it would take a while for a response but I was happy to see that someone had replied so quickly! and John thank you as well for your reply but we slipped it off the trailer into my back yard and proped her up and its not quite level enough to use a laser, I will try and put some photos up so you both can see my progress and maybe give me some pointers, cheers fellas!!
James14-Mar-2018    Edit    Delete 
Re: RL 28 Antifoul level
James It would be easy to level the boat using a car jack and some wedges. Then you can mark your waterline and it would make all your other refurbishments easier as you will then have a better perpective of how things should sit.
john lloyd15-Mar-2018    Edit    Delete 

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