Fender holders, not for the engine compartment, but like the ones you see for the engine compartment. GLH
anyone have a good resource for them
Last edited by Wild; 03-17-2005 at 01:06 PM.
I put my fenders under the rear seat with all the supplemental fluids and so forth.
The engine room should look as unemcombered as possible and as clean as an operating room... Of course this is just my opinion...
To me the best lookin ones are the fender holders OL uses. Nicely finished off, can be painted to match bilge, very professional looking. Jeff
Last edited by Jassman; 03-17-2005 at 01:05 PM.
http://compmillennia.com/index.php/lightspeed/ Building composite fishing and pleasure catamarans.
Not to mention one line from your fenders grabing into the pulleys during a rough ride (like Cigarette owners can take ) and you have yourself a mess of "Fountain" proportion!!!
I like the new flat fenders, they wont roll out of the way under stress.
And since they are flat, don't take up much space.
With great power, comes great responsibility.
sorry, needed to be more specific with you clowns
Thanks for the help with all the resources you gave me
So with all your bling bling shopping Wild did you find a ride or are you still "professionally shopping"????
I found a ride, but i am keeping it under the cover for a while until it is final. I lost victors tiger by a day, i dont want this one to get away.
Like these, are they billet??????
where do you get them
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