A couple of questions

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the hammer
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A couple of questions

Post by the hammer » 04 Jun 2018, 14:24

1. I need to move my depth finder. Got a new one. The old one was taller than it was wide. This is opposite.

2. On the port side, I'm looking for a something to hold tools and other accessories.

I think I know what I want but comments might help.

Thanks
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A couple of questions

Post by DaleH » 04 Jun 2018, 14:58

Found this in a 5-second look online - Tool/drink holder, $10, see: https://www.boatcoversdirect.com/produc ... gL5vPD_BwE
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A couple of questions

Post by Doc Arroyo » 07 Jun 2018, 16:48

This is the tool holder that I built for about $3. Local plastics place has scrap for next to nothing, and a bottle of glue. Holds scissors, pliers, and a bunch of baits. Since this picture I have upgraded the tools and added a couple of springy lanyards to the pliers and scissors.
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Re: A couple of questions

Post by oakchas » 10 Jun 2018, 07:37

I mounted my fish finder on a flag pole holder, to bring it to eye level... It doesn't articulate like the $100+ kind, but works for me. Flag holder about $10, dowel about $5, plumbing fittings about $10. Adjustable angle any time, length customizable.Image

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A couple of questions

Post by the hammer » 11 Jun 2018, 16:48

Thanks guys.
I was trying to take advantage of the large, empty space on the bow. I was looking for something with an angle to it.

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