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    Default Dooley flatbottom pan

    Double kickout, full length, has baffles, and the pick up, painted black, never damaged. MK IV block BBC

    $ 175 plus the ride

    I will take pictures and post them tomorrow.

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    Here are some pics.
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    That pan doesn't appear correct for a flywheel forward v-drive. The pickup would need to be long to extend to the back. It would work in an outdrive, jet or circle flat (w/flywheel @ rear) v-drive.

    Good price though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jockorace View Post
    That pan doesn't appear correct for a flywheel forward v-drive. The pickup would need to be long to extend to the back. It would work in an outdrive, jet or circle flat (w/flywheel @ rear) v-drive.

    Good price though!
    I guess I didn't know that some v-drives have the engine backwards in them ???? I do a circle boat myself, this is just an extra pan for us.

    Sorry for the confusion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wizbang View Post
    I guess I didn't know that some v-drives have the engine backwards in them ???? I do a circle boat myself, this is just an extra pan for us.

    Sorry for the confusion.
    AHHH...that explains it. Kinda funny how the circle guys think the drag motors are in "backwards" and the drag guys think the same of the circle motors!
    Good luck with the sale. Jocko

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    Pan is sold, thanks to the PB world !

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