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    lookin' for a rail kit that has the outer strip of alum, window milled, a cool looking piece! not just angle alum and fender washers. any suggestions? no mill, so cant build myself, thanx,
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    Tom (jbp) can set you up wheather or not you want a project rail kit, or one thats ready set go. As far as cutting the windows in the outside rail pieces I'd have em water jetted.
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    try jan at lightning mfg. he makes them for most of the dealers

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    We can fabricate and window mill any size rail and backplate kit for hydros, flats and jets. Send us dimensions with window sizes. This is critical so that engine blocks do not fall into window locations. Prices depend on what you want. Precision Craft Marine 9320 W, Cordelia Rd. "B" Fairfield, Ca. 94534

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    No mill needed to build a rail kit! I built mine with a jig saw, sand paper and a file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendellajet View Post
    No mill needed to build a rail kit! I built mine with a jig saw, sand paper and a file.
    A router with a carbide bit and some WD40 works really well too. Clearly, the waterjet/mill setup is the way to go but I enjoyed doing it myself.

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    My son (BrendellaJet) helped with mine. A mill is nice but not necessary,however I would be interested in buying a nice band saw
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