I have a name for the new boat:Damn, just when you thought it was safe to buy a Stomper. Let me guess, it's kind of a cross between a Habitat and Diesel?
I may buy your new creekboat, but can you hire some guys who are capable of machining and assembling your boats properly? Maybe less holes in the boat would help keep the confusion to a minimum?
First, there are those 2 little screws on top toward the bow that go into the front bulkhead. Well, they punched out a hole in the bulkhead plastic in the wrong place on one of the screws so I could not access the nut inside the boat. Not too big of deal, but still.
Then the next boat I get, they did the same damn thing. But much worse than that the seat couldn't be moved into its proper positions. The groove in the plastic seat where you put the screws through on the side of the boat to hold it in place were messed up. On the front of the seat, there are female threads that allow for 3 seat positions - to attach the front of the seat into the front bulkhead. It was set to the farthest back position (hole closest to rear). But when I tried to move it up (seat closer to bow), I realized that the grooves in the seat didn't extend far enough for me to put it in this position. It took me a while scrutinizing the setup and comparing it to my other boat to realize that the damn thing just wasn't machined properly. I had to drill out some new holes behind the existing grooves in order to move my seat up. What a pain in the ass.
So as part of this new generation creekboat, could you guys start assembling them properly as well? End of rant.