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Old 05-14-2015, 11:31 PM   #1
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has anyone ever used one of the Rockwell brackets as opposed to the Armstrong or Stainless Marine ones? They look pretty good but that doesn't make them float any better. I ask because I grabbed up an older Century 2400 this week with a messed up 225 Yamaha. The boat has a small width bracket on it now and I want to put a full width bracket/swim platform on it while the motor is getting built and the rest of the boat cleaned up and checked out. Hoping to have this thing in the water in a month or two if weather, parts and the budget all cooperate! Thanks
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