When I bought my Chrysler 20 in 2003, it came with an extra boom laying upon the trailer frame. The boat came from a powerboat yard, so it didn’t belong to anything they owned, and they said take it, so, of course, I did! And as it turns out, it’s a PERFECT FIT for the cut down Trac 16 sail, so we have a boom. We’ll test with and without, just to see which works best.
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