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    Anyone in the Phoenix Arizona area have a. Back cut shoe there not useing (2-3*)

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    Did you try Jett Performance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ps 14 View Post
    Anyone in the Phoenix Arizona area have a. Back cut shoe there not useing (2-3*)
    you might be able to find somebody's bc shoe. but most likely it won't fit. everybody has a different bolt pattern, mounting pattern, and there are different intakes. then, you get into the size of the intake opening which is determined by the shoe. so you need to know what brand intake it is. it can be beneficial to know who milled the intake and created the bolt pattern, but anybody can reverse engineer the existing shoe and make a new one that will actually fit properly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bp298 View Post
    you might be able to find somebody's bc shoe. but most likely it won't fit. everybody has a different bolt pattern, mounting pattern, and there are different intakes. then, you get into the size of the intake opening which is determined by the shoe. so you need to know what brand intake it is. it can be beneficial to know who milled the intake and created the bolt pattern, but anybody can reverse engineer the existing shoe and make a new one that will actually fit properly.
    Nobody makes jet boat hardware Interchangeable like in the automotive or aircraft industry.

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