Hi, thanks very much to all of you. You are helping us to improve. We'll try to...
I consider that as Agustin and myself didn´t see much problems when sliding up the hull, probably didn't realize that it could be a problem with the padeye at the bow.
Either way, I guess he could just put a D-shackle on the front padeye and guide the cable through that and attach it to the front crossbar.
I think it is great solution, thanks!
I think it's clever and functional. Two thumbs up for Agustin!
thanks very much! About the winch and soft rope, I do agree with both easy ideas
2. The square metal rails need cushioning to protect the plastic hull from scratching and denting, while loading and transporting.
Agustín did it already. This is sorted.
4. Where do the Amas go?
Sometimes he load them in the van; others (if going for few days on vacations) go on top of the hull. I think he can lift everything together. Pan Comido! haha
Thanks for posting that cavendish62 and congrats to Agustin for a very clever and innovative roof loader.
thanks very much
That is a great set up though and I'm he will tweak it over time to be even better.
Yes, he is doing it! in fact this the second structure he has made. The one before was also very useful but heavier, Now this one weights less than half and it is much better.
I will transmit him all your thoughts and ideas! All of them are more than welcome so we all learn from each other. Thanks very much!