- I found with my classic 10 that lowering the seat and moving it forward about 10 inches made a tremendous difference. I row mine in moderate waves and with myMessage 1 of 7 , Sep 22, 2009View SourceI found with my classic 10 that lowering the seat and moving it forward about 10 inches made a tremendous difference. I row mine in moderate waves and with my 175 pounds it is fine. I have rowed with my wife (130 lbs) in the aft seat and never had an issue yet. I made an adjustable seat brace so I can move the middle seat forward when there is a second person in the boat.
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Airolite_Boats@yahoogroups.comccSubject [Airolite_Boats] Re: More Stablity and Toughness Needed
add an outrigger pontoon?
> I built a Classic 10 last year . . .
> The major problem for me is that this boat has no initial
> stablity and even less secondary stablity.