Hey Guys.. Today I bought a Boston Whaler 11 to use as a dinghy for my Navigator Classic. The cradle for the dinghy is over the cockpit topside. It didn't come with lifting straps, but it is set up for a 3 point system. My question is this...How would I go about buying the proper length cables with eyes? All the ones I've seen on other boats had eyes with hooks finished off with a compression sleeve. Is it trial and error to find the right combination? I don't want to use standard cable clamps to make the proper lengths because I don't think it would work over time, not to mention the risk of injury while handling. I know that the lifting hook has to be near the transom because of the weight of the OB, fuel tank, and battery. Do you think that if I lower the davit hook over the cradle I would be able to approximate the the lengths for the 2 transom cables and the 1 bow cable? How would I tweak it if the balance point is a bit off? Thanks in advance for any advice.