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Panfish Mounting Option for a Jackson Coosa

Discussion in 'PanFish and PanFish Portrait' started by BigYaker, Feb 1, 2012.

  1. BigYaker

    BigYaker Guest

    Due to the high seat position of the Jackson Coosa I needed a way to elevate my GoPro HD in order to get the right angle. My solution was to mount a YakAttack PanFishâ„¢ to the top of my crate using the Mighty Mountâ„¢


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    Supplies - Crate, Drill, Mighty Mountâ„¢, PanFishâ„¢, and Cutting Board


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    Cut the board to the size of the Mighty Mountâ„¢ and drill matching holes. Now bolt them together making sure the nuts are securely tightened down. You don't want any wiggle room!

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    All Done

    [video=youtube_share;nOjDAn-hIYU]http://youtu.be/nOjDAn-hIYU[/video]

    Here is a sample video so you can see the camera angle.
     
  2. Hanover_Yakker

    Hanover_Yakker Member

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    Nicely done Aaron.
     
  3. GlockGuy

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    Cool. The new Fullback backing plate will be available soon for folks who want to buy the MightyMount and Fullback as a package, although your use of a cutting board certainly meets the need. Any problems when you open your crate?
     
  4. BigYaker

    BigYaker Guest


    No problems opening the crate. It actually makes it easier... acts like a handle :eek:
     
  5. GlockGuy

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    Suh-Weeeet!
     
  6. robchoi

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    Very nice, Aaron. I guess I'm not the only one who thought of putting mounts on the crate. I ended up putting the gear trac on my crate after using two mighty mounts for the better part of last year. I had the same idea of using a cutting board as well.

    Good stuff.
     
  7. YakAttack

    YakAttack Guest

    Nice job Aaron! BTW you better hang onto that vintage Mighty Mount in the third pic! There were only about a dozen of them made ;)
     
  8. BigYaker

    BigYaker Guest

    Thanks Rob. I really like the angle you get by putting the Panfish on your crate.

    I'll have to get you to sign it the next time I see you. It's about to be retired soon. I just sold my Coosa and plan on changing a few things when I get my Ride 115 :eek:
     

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