Since the boat is going in the water in two days, I finally sucked it up and went down there in the rain with some string, sticks, and a measuring tape. The only improvement I could think of was to add another roller. It's the one with the lighter color wood. Dinked around and determined the height and position of the roller. Then I was able to make it at home.
The roller might be 1/2-inch high (we can remove the spacer between the 2 x 8's if we need to). We won't really know until we pull the boat up on the dock. Wish me luck--oh yeah, they are predicting lightening for our first race on Thursday. Luckily the marina has a bar.
|Besides adding the roller, all the screws were tightened or replaced and some|
cleats were added to fasten down the boat cover. Yes, when the boat is on
the cradle it touches the Lido. Or almost touches.