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Old 01-14-2011, 02:30 PM
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have a set of his tabs on my Phantom and need a couple more sets. Anyone have a clue who may have done them? Very sharp pieces with the polished rams. Affordable too.

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Didn't the guy that made them pass away?
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have a set of his tabs on my Phantom and need a couple more sets. Anyone have a clue who may have done them? Very sharp pieces with the polished rams. Affordable too.

Longshot but thought I'd put it out there.
I thought he was selling Dana tabs?
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Park Industries I think. If I remember, Pantera also sells/sold these as a standard on thier boats and then used K-Planes as an upgrade. Maybe try them?
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They looked to be his own castings and I dont recognize the polished hydraulic rams. Same bolt pattern as k-planes (unlike many other brands) and were the nicer longer setup.

If the builder past away that explains why they vanished with trick trick. Would love to bring those back to market.
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They looked to be his own castings and I dont recognize the polished hydraulic rams. Same bolt pattern as k-planes (unlike many other brands) and were the nicer longer setup.

If the builder past away that explains why they vanished with trick trick. Would love to bring those back to market.
I do not believe they were brian's tabs. his were direct replacements or upgrades to Bennets. I believe a lot of the classic Donzi guys were using them...but the name of the company escapes me. I think he went by a screename with the word "Martini" in it...

Here are Biggus' tabs. Prob not Dana as I originally thought...

http://www.offshoreonly.com/forums/g...-k-planes.html

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Was it Dry Martini?
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Brian's were named Victory.
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Brian was Martiniboat and his tabs were Victory.
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They looked to be his own castings and I dont recognize the polished hydraulic rams. Same bolt pattern as k-planes (unlike many other brands) and were the nicer longer setup.

If the builder past away that explains why they vanished with trick trick. Would love to bring those back to market.
Given any thought to Everett performance? Same pattern as K-planes. Big Bling Factor! (Polished Stainless)
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