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    SidTheKid
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  • SidTheKid
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    I also prefer the bow roller as Mastercraft doesn't offer a bow scuff plate like many manufacturers. My buddy has the ramp and clamp on his XT-22 and it has scratched the front of his boat pretty badly when the bow slides into the mechanism. The poly clamp is pretty hard and there is nothing on the bow to protect it.

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  • ValveCoverGasket
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  • ValveCoverGasket
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    Originally posted by Miss Rita View Post
    The Ramp-N-Clamp is considered superior to the Boat Buddy, a lot of people love it. I prefer the old-fashioned polyurethane bow roller. YMMV
    im not a big boat buddy fan either.

    the orange bow roller and a winch work well for us

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  • Miss Rita
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  • Miss Rita
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    The Ramp-N-Clamp is considered superior to the Boat Buddy, a lot of people love it. I prefer the old-fashioned polyurethane bow roller. YMMV

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  • Bsedd
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  • Bsedd
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    Ramp n clamp

    I have a 2001 x10 and my quick fire pin has some wear and tear. It still works with some love and can be a pain but I was looking to buying a ramp n clamp. Anyone replaced the original quick fire with a ramp n clamp? Any adjustments needed? Thoughts on ramp n clamp or any other ideas/thoughts
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