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    My current set up has no ski tow. I've always had the regular plyon 2 bolts in the intake, 2 in the bellhousing. But between my brodix heads not having one of the bolt holes a stocker does,and the tall deck block, I don't see that working. I kinda like Sleeper cp stripper pole ski tow idea, looks like it removable too. I dunno, before I drill more holes in the transom, and do a transom mounted deal, I thought I'd bounce it off you guys.
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    is it missing the holes in the rear of the head or on top at the intake??
    get blown or get blown away

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    It's on top, I'm pretty sure the tall deck brodix intake I have is missing the same hole.
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    Kreg got the 6 ft "stripper pole" delio , out of "land fill boat" complete with tie straps , its got your name on it Tom


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    heres mine bolts rear of head and bellhousing

    get blown or get blown away

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    I have a top mount starter, I'm not sure if that would work or not hydro, it's hard to see in the pic. Tom I'll consider the stripper pole, if you can tell me the background on it. Pics are good.lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by H20MOFO View Post
    My current set up has no ski tow. I've always had the regular plyon 2 bolts in the intake, 2 in the bellhousing. But between my brodix heads not having one of the bolt holes a stocker does,and the tall deck block, I don't see that working. I kinda like Sleeper cp stripper pole ski tow idea, looks like it removable too. I dunno, before I drill more holes in the transom, and do a transom mounted deal, I thought I'd bounce it off you guys.
    HAY, TRY LOOKING AT THE ONE ON WES'S BOAT IT'S KIND OF INTERESTING, IT'S ON PAGE 2, POST 55, ON LOOKING FOR A BADASS BOAT COVER

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    Took it away from the Stripper what else ?
    seriously its all there but the "box" in the floor

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    I have one that was on my old Daytona, it mounted on the block at 4 places on the front side, its polished alum, if your interested in an idea like this ill post a pic later
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    Thanks, I'd like to see that. Fwiw here is a pic of what I'm working with, pay no attention to the masking tape. I did a little remodel deal for my electrical, and it's not done yet. lol Other than the width of the bellhousing on the lower 2 that's what I got.
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    Here is mine...






    It is a stainless steel piece. As you can see, I have the top mount starter too. Hope this helps ya.

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    That would probably do it, I like too keep it simple. The ones I've had in the past had 2 through the intake/head, and 2 through the back/bellhousing. I just don't know at this point if having a tall block will affect something like that fitting? Do the upper 2 bolts go into the heads or the block?
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    2 bolts into the back of the heads, and 2 in the bell housing.

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    Wouldn't the 2 into the heads be higher with the tall block? I know my alternator belt was too small(after the tall block) my tt's didn't line up with the holes in the transom anymore, my tt's kissed my valve covers after the tall block. I dunno. Maybe I'm up in the night,again.lol Nice looking boat btw.
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