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Discussion in 'General Kayak Rigging' started by Paul, Jun 24, 2013.

  1. Paul

    Paul New Member

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    Well luther and the yakattack team do not disappoint !!!!
    timing-feedback-fit and finish-customer service-ALL FLAWLESS
    put on a black pac ,did I mention the fit and finish,went together in 10 min. literally(so easy a Yankee could put it together)
    mount a lot of geartrack with backers rigging bullets an absolute must have for every kayak build
    install 4 mighty mount, 2 forward, 2 aft in recesses intended for mount ironically thay don't work well there.
    the recesses are to deep the tee bolts will not slide in and out .intend to make 1/4" risers out of stare board
    camera mount worked grate (1 exception, it dose not reminded you to turn on your camera)
     
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    Get yakattacked

    [video=youtube;g8adwgrNQzI]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8adwgrNQzI[/video]

    Thanks Luther
     
  3. plowboy

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    good job
     
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    Wow! Awesome work.
    What did you use to hold the end of the Boga grip?
    It looked "U" shaped but couldn't tell what it was.
     
  5. Paul

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    hi Rysanek
    used a small piece of star board drilled a 1-1/4" hole in the middle of it
    cut it in hafe to give me the U shape
     
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    Paul,

    I am a Frontier owner myself and you came up with some cool ideas. I will definitely take a look at using starboard, did not know you could heat it up and make it pliable.
     
  7. Shaun

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    Great rigging skills!
     
  8. Paul

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    thanks Shaun
     
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    NukeCanoe lets see some pics please
     
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    IMAG2322.jpg

    As you can see I pretty basic in my set up although I just purchased the slide mount with mighty mount holders for all my accessories. I could try and build but its made of starboard and pretty durable like yours ..... I hope.
     
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    Paul, I forgot to ask where you purchased your starboard from?
     
  12. Paul

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    Atlantic plywood out of RI.
     

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