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    Are there any standard dimensions for machining a Berkeley intake(round keel) for a shoe and ride plate? I can do the machining myself but would rather not just wing it if there is a blueprint or drawing I can use. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Jason
    ps. What's the difference between a shoe and a back cut shoe?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jrider44 View Post
    Are there any standard dimensions for machining a Berkeley intake(round keel) for a shoe and ride plate? I can do the machining myself but would rather not just wing it if there is a blueprint or drawing I can use. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Jason
    ps. What's the difference between a shoe and a back cut shoe?
    We try to use a standardized bolt pattern. With our boats and customer's boats we use a bolt pattern that is utilized by Jack at MPD. California Performance and So Cal Custom Boats all utilize this bolt pattern. I can email you the deminsions that way you will the same as what we use. Each boat will hardware differently so I will start of with a tapered shoe and then make changes accordingly. A backcut shoe is just another tool that we use to acheive optium performane out of your boat.

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