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    Default Between stringer throttle

    I was wondering if anyone knew where I could get a foot throttle setup that is on a shaft between the two stringers? I know Toddnjuzz has one I saw in a pic but my computer skills aint the best so when I tried post it here it did not work.

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    Do you want it between the stringers, or down in the center pod? Mines mounted on aluminum brackets between the tunnels.

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    I saw the pic of your setup and that is nice also. How do you mount it without going through the sides of the center pod?

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    there is no getting around that, it has counter sunk stainless fasteners, embedded in sealant, such as silicone or sea-going epoxy

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    Cool, I might try that. I hate having my knee up above my elbow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tunneljet View Post
    I saw the pic of your setup and that is nice also. How do you mount it without going through the sides of the center pod?
    I'm not a big fan of drilling holes through the boat either. With my tanks i glassed a peice of wood to the side of the boat, before i did that i set in these stud things i got from lowes. They are basically a stud but with a washer welded on one end. That end buts up against the hull and into the wood. Then i took my tank straps, slipped them onto the stud and put a nut on them. Dont see why you couldnt do somthing simular there. Show some pics, i'm sure there's some way to get around drilling extra holes in your hull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleekcrafter View Post
    there is no getting around that, it has counter sunk stainless fasteners, embedded in sealant, such as silicone or sea-going epoxy
    My tunnel is the same way.
    Last edited by hotrod56cars; 02-14-2009 at 05:26 PM. Reason: typo

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    easy to build give me call and I well talk you thru it. the champ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tunneljet View Post
    Cool, I might try that. I hate having my knee up above my elbow.
    Thats cause your too tall and lanky!
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    I Have The Perfect Solution.... Lets Trade Boats, My Leg Is Strait Out. Lol

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