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    UPDATE TIME!!!

    Boat got pushed to the side in the shop for the winter. Got it back out a few months ago and began fabing. Got the pusher fan mounts built and welded on.
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    Front steer stick
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    Added 22" tunes on the back for a little more flotation.
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    Cable steer lines tucked under walk arounds
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    Doggy door in place. Time to finish decking the boat.
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    Dude that turned out awesome!!

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    What kind of fan motor are you going to use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eshaw View Post
    What kind of fan motor are you going to use?
    It's an 18hp vanguard b&s

    Was on a buddies bigger boat. Traded him for some welding.
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    That jet/fan combo is the cats meow i think. You dont have to raise the fan way up in the air to clear an outboard, and keep the fan low and far back where it needs to be. Me likey

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonsuch86 View Post
    That jet/fan combo is the cats meow i think. You dont have to raise the fan way up in the air to clear an outboard, and keep the fan low and far back where it needs to be. Me likey
    Thank ya sir. That was what I was aiming for. Clean, not so obnoxious look.

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    I see its a Jet/fan combination but did I also see a troller...Think thats the first jet/troller/fan i ever seen. Best of all three thats a great idea, your rig turned out sweet

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    What are those little triangle things inside the pods for? Strength? Curious

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdeemo View Post
    What are those little triangle things inside the pods for? Strength? Curious
    For the drain plugs.
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    Dude you are an aluminum NINJA

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