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    Default Place diverter bolt on ride plate

    Looking for some one who is running this or has this and would be willing to get a couple measurement for me. If so please message me so I can get some from you. Thanks


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    You could give Dwayne at HTP a call and get the bolt on shoe/ride plate. I put one on my hull and works bitchn.
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    Do they fit v-bottom hulls?


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    Quote Originally Posted by 78Rogersrunner View Post
    Do they fit v-bottom hulls?


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    If you have the standard berk intake...yes but contact him. Easy install with bitting edge right at keel. I set my plate at 3* up from keel. You also might have to shave the small part of your hull if its v in between intake an trans if yours isn't set back. Used marine epoxy with shoe in and around all areas for a smooth transition. Mention to him on cradle hieght or type of cradle depending on bowl. I had to get a tall cradle from ARS marine cause at the time Duane was out of them. I still ended up using a block wedge to get correct degree. He will send you some thin spacers for fine tuning the plate but if your hull is similar to mine, a block will be needed. I kept my rock grate but had to trim it slightly to fit once shoe was installed. Added right angle to plate for strength an had parts powder coated/polished.






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    Krusin, thanks for posting those install pics. I think that will work fine on his Rogers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 78Rogersrunner View Post
    Looking for some one who is running this or has this and would be willing to get a couple measurement for me. If so please message me so I can get some from you. Thanks
    78 , Looks like your photo/attachment and your original question was specifically about a Place Diverter addon rideplate and droop setup , have sold and installed dozens of these , what measurments is it that you need or would help ? Tom

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    Yes I was about that setup but I a kinda interested in this setup he his talking about. But I was thinking about fabricating my own bolt on similar to that and was wanting to know as much as possible on the measurements as I could


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    Quote Originally Posted by 78Rogersrunner View Post
    Yes I was about that setup but I a kinda interested in this setup he his talking about. But I was thinking about fabricating my own bolt on similar to that and was wanting to know as much as possible on the measurements as I could


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    The Place droop has 1 1/2 drop (more versus many others ) that puts it in closer proximity to the keel and in better position for bolt on plate which dooes help some , you also might want to consider a winter layup project of actually pulling the intake and machining it (or having it machined) for a shoe/rideplate combination , all jet boats can benefit from this ...




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    Yeah my new race boat will have one the correct one with the intake machined and all but this is for my old one and I just like goofing off with it and seeing how much I speed I can pick up cheaply since it is a raggedy old boat. This year I've gotten 20 bringing my up to 65mph far using a bone stock 350 and spraying with nitrous.


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