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  1. #11
    Join Date
    Nov 2010


    Quote Originally Posted by Pass-N-Gas View Post
    Check out this site for some ideas:
    Yea .. now thats what im talking about .. searched cobellas and mini paddle boats

    there was one for a pelican paddle boat for $115.00 I was lookking at but no width dim's

    has to be attacked to the rear deck tubes as i dont want to drill holes in the Pontoons .. another option was a reverse wale boatd tube fram with a visor .. or something like a t-top for center consel boats .

    thanks for all the good comments .. Iplan on building a few of these To sell to folks on privat lakes that dont allow gas motors .
    thanks Don

  2. #12
    Join Date
    May 2009
    The Colorado Gas Patch


    Attach the pivot points to your rear AL deck. The front and rear tie downs are in place.

    This is my river shade and bed too:

    Load tested to 1 fat welder, 3 fine ladies and one beer drinking lizard:

    Your T-top has merit.. that would be a good spot to mount the solar panels..

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  3. #13
    Join Date
    Nov 2010


    Ok i think im done working on this time sucking money pit for a bit .. time to get out in the sun and buzz around a bit .
    i think the paddle boat top will work for width .

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