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    Default kill switch lanyard

    Whats everybody using? Oh yeah on a mercury kill switch.
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    Simple way (strong) is parachute cord and heat shrink tubing (on ends) heres some in the shop today



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    Sorry Paul for the temporary "jack" but Mike thats some funny stuff !

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    I like JBP's top version with the parachute cord and heat shrink tubing, looks super strong.

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    Para cord is a pretty neat idea Tom.. I got a ton of that lying around.. i hate the curly que thing i got now.



    REX.. WTF is that bird doing to a NAKED santa...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Delemorte View Post
    Para cord is a pretty neat idea Tom.. I got a ton of that lying around.. i hate the curly que thing i got now.



    REX.. WTF is that bird doing to a NAKED santa...
    That is Rattle Can Lou (RCL) from the 07 Santa modeling thread on Hotboat. He really enjoys it when I load this avatar for the Christmas season.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Delemorte View Post
    Para cord is a pretty neat idea Tom.. I got a ton of that lying around.. i hate the curly que thing i got now.



    REX.. WTF is that bird doing to a NAKED santa...
    Small Hardware store carabiners and the heat shrink are slick , the heat applied will suck the ends down tight and makes a smooth deal Not likely it would ever pull apart or break Tom

    Sean Hows the new Baby boater ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rexone View Post
    Have any pics of the lifeline style?

    on the T&H one what is it made from?
    I don't plan on racing, but want something easy to use.

    I'm going to mount the switch on the stringer at the front of the seat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jetboatperformance View Post
    Sorry Paul for the temporary "jack" but Mike thats some funny stuff !
    No problem Tom, I still laugh my ass off everytime I see all those pics,
    One of my favorites

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw View Post
    No problem Tom, I still laugh my ass off everytime I see all those pics,
    One of my favorites


    I now regret clicking on this thread...



    Tom,
    Emilie is doing great.. A very easy baby as i understand it. And i have a wonderfull wife. She is making this daddy thing really easy on me.
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