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  1. #11
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    Default OZ HD tower on 2014 Mondo

    Makes sense, the extra I'm seeing is from the paint. Bummer.


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  2. #12
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    The OZ is 1 7/8" and the OZ HD is ~ 2 3/8

  3. #13
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    Default OZ HD tower on 2014 Mondo

    Thanks for the info guys. I guess I don't have any complaints, no issues with my tower... Just thought I had the bigger one.


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  4. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcdye View Post
    Should be the same, you can lower quite a bite. I am pretty sure it is only one size OZ tower ('14) that is used for the all boats. That being said you will have different lowering levels between a Mojo and a Mondo since the cabin area is a little smaller on the Mondo.

    What axles do you have on the trailer, torsion or springs?
    On my Mondo it hits the dash and still has adjustment on the screw. Does the tower hit the dash on the LSV or Mojo. No way it fits in a 7 foot door. Going to call boatmate in the am.

  5. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by patrick232 View Post
    On my Mondo it hits the dash and still has adjustment on the screw. Does the tower hit the dash on the LSV or Mojo. No way it fits in a 7 foot door. Going to call boatmate in the am.
    On a '14 Mojo (OZ HD), adjusting the tension cable from the factory setting, the tower will hit the dash. (This is a tower without the HD lowering assist mechanism.)

    If you have a spring axle trailer there is no option to lower the trailer without changing wheels, lower tires pressure, etc... If you have a torsion axle you have the option of moving the torsion arm, bringing the tire closer to the fender well. I have not personally done this but have read about others doing it on other forums.

  6. #16
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    Here is a shot of '14 Mojo and the tower (OZ HD) adjusted as low as possible without hitting the dash. The bimini sleeve in the tower tubing hits the outer edge of the dash.

    A 7 foot door w Mojo, can if be done, might not be easy but is possible.

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  7. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcdye View Post
    Should be the same, you can lower quite a bite. I am pretty sure it is only one size OZ tower ('14) that is used for the all boats. That being said you will have different lowering levels between a Mojo and a Mondo since the cabin area is a little smaller on the Mondo.

    What axles do you have on the trailer, torsion or springs?
    I think it's torsion....not sure since the boat is still a the dealer...he's supposed to adjust the cable so the tower is at the lowest position.... My Mondo will be on the water all summer long and will go to the garage only at the end of the season....so not that bad if I have to change the tire.....
    Last edited by Sampp1963; 04-15-2014 at 09:04 PM.
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    2014 Mondo

    Could be worst
    From nice Québec..

  8. #18
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    She fits in the garage with 7' door. Had to adjust the height on the Fulton jack sand to allow the trailer to sit lower.

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