between it and the deck. Tighten all bolts
down being careful not to overtighten the
outside bolts on the rear crossbar. Leverage
provided by a 6" long wrench is sufficient for
Insert rubber plugs into holes in hulls.
hole in the deck. Put some silicone sealant
on your forefinger and reach through the
hatch to put the sealant on the bolt where it
enters the hull. Attach lock nut and flat
washer to bolt inside hull using 1/2" box-end
wrench. If you cannot reach the bolt, tape
the nut to the wrench. Thread nut snugly to
hull. Do not tighten until all bolts are snug.
To attach inside
bolts on the rear
crossbar, insert one
of the 5/16" flat
through the inboard
hole of the rear
crossbar and bolt
hole in deck pocket.
Put a flat washer
and lock nut onto
the bolt. You may
find that taping the
nut washer onto a
wrench is easiest.
Tighten loosely using a screwdriver on top of
To attach outside bolts on both crossbars,
insert 5/16" hex head bolt with washer
and deck. Insert
through 6" stainless
steel bar which fits
under the deck.
Repeat procedure on
all outside bolts.
down these 8 bolts,
make sure the front
crossbar sits in the
groove without voids
From the port hull, insert forward and rear
edges of trampoline in curfs on crossbars.
The rear edge has two rows of grommets.
Feed trampoline across boat by alternately
pulling each edge.