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how to remove the mast on a 32'constalaton

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how to remove the mast on a 32'constalaton

Post by [email protected] » Sun Jan 19, 2020 1:34 am

how to remove the mast on a 32' constellation

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Re: how to remove the mast on a 32'constalaton

Post by Captain Nemo » Sun Jan 19, 2020 8:38 am

Hi, welcome to the Boat Buzz. Removing the mast from the mount is usually pretty straightforward, I’m going to assume that you are going to want to take the mount off from the cabin top. The mount has some machine screws up from the bottom through the cabin top, meaning you will have to deal with the headliner somehow. If the headliner isn’t anything great I just feel around for the heads of the screws and poke some holes for access. If you have a good headliner, removing it to get to the screws is the only way. Hope this helps :| .
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Re: how to remove the mast on a 32'constalaton

Post by jfrprops » Sun Jan 19, 2020 4:36 pm

a pic would help.....I have done that job...John in Va
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