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Old 03-12-2008, 08:48 PM
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there was some shown that were made out of pvc , like the stuff used for a main line or drain tile with holes, cut to fit . Not the best but if its under the hatch who cares . They were in a baja thread
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Old 03-12-2008, 08:55 PM
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How many interested at $150.00 a piece? ANY color choice. Depending on how many i'll have my fabricating department build the damn things that price is rediculous!
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Old 03-12-2008, 09:10 PM
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was gonna buy some but with no boat so to speak....


i think 150 is the price point where these things will move...



my one sticking point is proper mounting and what to do with the fender line so it doesnt come loose and get entangled in the belts of a running motor
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Old 03-12-2008, 09:18 PM
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i am interested...for my topgun...... would like blue in color....
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Old 03-12-2008, 09:33 PM
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how about something light weight with a closed casing so the fender ropes can be put down in there as well and not have the chance of it getting close to the belts on the motor and a drain hole in the bottom for the water to get out
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Old 03-12-2008, 09:40 PM
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Would it be a better design to keep it enclosed? Instead of like this one in the picture have it shaped for a fender and put a drain at the bottom? The one below as you see has a cleat on the outside where you can rope up your rope so it doesnt get close to your belts and drives. I think the design is good, its open to where water can get out, it has a cleat there for the rope to go around..We are just off on price? Others agree? im open for feedback?
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how do u mount under engine hatch? u ant just screw into the side of the boat... do u have to glass in a backing plate for a proffesional "real" install?
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How many interested at $150.00 a piece? ANY color choice. Depending on how many i'll have my fabricating department build the damn things that price is rediculous!
I'LL TAKE 4 RED
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I'd be interested in a dual fender design for like $200-$250. I'd need two and would like them to mount to the floor rather than the side.
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How many interested at $150.00 a piece? ANY color choice. Depending on how many i'll have my fabricating department build the damn things that price is rediculous!
I am in for 4 Red
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