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    Default IMCO -3 Shorty Questions

    Thinking of going with a shorty on my 1991 Daytona/Fundeck.

    Planning on mating it to the Bravo 1 upper, anyone have any good pictures of a B1 and -3 shorty so I can get some ideas of what it will take to move the factory cav. plate?

    Has anyone here done it on an early 90's Eliminator and have any results? I am hearing they can really benefit.

    Also looking for the Dealer with the best pricing... suggestions?

    Anyone have a used -3 (or maybe even -2) for sale?
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    With the -3 lower the prop wind clear upper bravo cav plate. You have to cut the back of upper off to clear. I wouldn't recommend it. I have heard of a couple cutting and welding a step up cav plate to fit?
    The -2 lower will bolt up to the stock upper with no mods needed. Imco makes a cav plate extension for the bravo to do this install.

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    Thanks, and Ya I know its will take a bit more work to make a -3 fit, but I am willing to go through the effort. However after looking more into it I need to upgrade to full Hydraulic steering first so the drive thing will have to wait till that gets done.
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    Have fun and good luck with the mods to make the -3 fit. Can be done but the welding and fab may be extensive

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    Got the steering complete this weekend and took it for a spin. Its true what a difference! I had to move the swim steps up, but the wife is really liking the new swim ladder!
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