- Oct 1, 2012
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those plates aren't fixed. Just don't have the control arm on it but the shaft is keyed for it. It used to be electric.Gotta finish all the rigging and it has fixed plates so we are making a pedal assembly for it. Also set up the steering. Then put a junk yard motor in it for the summer just to mess around with it.
Oh okay good to know! I think i heard this was your old boat at one point in time if I'm not mistaken?those plates aren't fixed. Just don't have the control arm on it but the shaft is keyed for it. It used to be electric.
And just so you know that has a 17-4 s.s. fin and strut.
That's my old boat and I made most of that hardware including the transom blocks. But the anodizer lost one so they bought the set you see here. Don't know who actually made them but came from Rex Marine.Looking very nice. Did you buy the transom blocks for the cav plates?
dude that things amazing, talk about all business.Heres a few pics of the boat finished but not completely finished. Borrowed the old mans blown and injected motor for a while until my TT motor is finished. Big thanks to everyone that helped along the way including my old man. Without him this would have never been possible.