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PostPosted: 20 Nov 2008, 18:24 
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Here are a couple of pictures of a support frame I made out of 1.5" PVC if anyone needs one for themselves. Pretty easy and quick to do.


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PostPosted: 20 Nov 2008, 18:30 
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Pretty neat BassNBob, but what is that double up in the vertical piece in the rear section?? Also, :P why do you need it - don't you keep your boat uncovered and ready to go 24/7 down there in "warm all year" country???? :lol:



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PostPosted: 20 Nov 2008, 20:03 
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Nice job Bob, I may try my hand at one. It looks to me as if he tied the down supports to the seat bases and one was just off center of the other.



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PostPosted: 20 Nov 2008, 22:12 
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DF, you are correct, the rear vertical is offset because the pedestal bas is offset to use the tiller handle. I will be adding a steering console soon and athe I will adjust the setting. FC, it is snowing here tonite so that is why is like to use the cover. I plan to go fishing Sunday if the weather is permitting.


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PostPosted: 20 Nov 2008, 22:34 
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DF, you are correct, the rear vertical is offset because the pedestal bas is offset to use the tiller handle. I will be adding a steering console soon and athe I will adjust the setting. FC, it is snowing here tonite so that is why is like to use the cover. I plan to go fishing Sunday if the weather is permitting.


mercy, snowing in Tennessee??????????????????? I guess Oneida will be closed down tomorrw :P :P

Looks like Oneida gets 50 on Sunday - catch a bunch :)
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PostPosted: 20 Nov 2008, 23:00 
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I may atry Mitchell Creek at Dale Hollow on Sunday.


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PostPosted: 21 Nov 2008, 00:31 
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Looks good Bob. My fishin buddy and I have both devised such a support in the past. The work good until the heat of summer gets to em and tends to warp them. Hope you have better luck than us. We have since had to come up with some different ideas.



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PostPosted: 21 Nov 2008, 04:57 
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Bob,is that unit glued together or can it be disassembled for summer storage?Nice werk.



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PostPosted: 21 Nov 2008, 06:27 
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Mine is glued together, but if you wanted to disassemble it at any time I guess I would drill me a 1/4" hole in each end of the horizontal pieces and the two 90* elbows so I could insert a 1/4" bolt to hold it together. You would only have three pieces for storage.
If you left it glued together you could use it as a tent for your kids to play or cover your riding lawn mower when not in use.


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PostPosted: 21 Nov 2008, 08:26 
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Bob those bends are they 22 1/2 bends.That is just what i need but could not thank how to do it thanks for your brain storm.

Looking good :D



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PostPosted: 21 Nov 2008, 09:04 
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Rapala, they are 45* bends.


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PostPosted: 21 Nov 2008, 17:52 
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Pretty slick Bob!


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PostPosted: 21 Nov 2008, 17:56 
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Thats pretty slick I would have never thought about something like that.



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