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    MFD mounting for a PRO 1200

    To begin, this is my first post and I wanted to say that this is a great site and I'm looking forward to participationg in the different forums. Iím a die hard Polaris watercraft nut so I have found the knowledge and technical expertise to be incredible. In any event, I have a quick question for those of you running a UMI steering or Polaris factory racing steering on a Pro 1200. How are you mounting the MFD to the bars? I thought about fabricating something out of carbon fiber or aluminum but I wanted to get some ideas first. Currently my MFD is just tie wrapped to the bars and thatís not going to work for me. Iíll try to attach a few picks so you can see my bar setup and the ski Iím currently working on. Your thoughts and ideas would be appreciated. ThanksÖGary
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    Welcome Busa. Beautiful ski!

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    WELCOME to the forums BUSA, great to have you aboard!!I just bought this hot rod and this is how the MFD was fabricated to the bars.

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    I just took a picture for you, since it is still on my trailer. They drilled and taped the top of the UMI. Al, when are you going to buy a 6 place trailer for all of your Skiis? Very clean looking ski.
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    My thanks to all of you for the warm welcome and compliments on the ski. ph2ocraft and 800 Amsoil4u, It looks like both of you have the same MFD mounting plate so someone must have been selling them at one time. Are they made of aluminum or a composite type material?

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    Actually this is Ph2o's ski at my house. It looks to be aluminum. I actually have 2 of his skiis at my house, since he does not have room at his house.

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    Actually my boat is at his house on his trailer, I have room issues. LOL He took a better picture of how it mounts to the stalk.

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    That's funny, you beat me to it. At least our stories match. Hehe

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    We'll that explains why both skis looked identical to me! I understand this storage issue thing. I added on to my garage and installed an auto storage lift and there's still not enough space. I've even taken up the better part of my parents garage, basement, etc so it's getting way out of hand. I'll have to stop buying toys. NAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I don't think so!
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    Actually this is Ph2o's ski at my house. It looks to be aluminum. I actually have 2 of his skiis at my house, since he does not have room at his house.
    Al, the first step in recovery is to admit you have a problem.

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