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    Rideplate skegs???

    hey anybody have any pictures of their rideplate skegs, after installation??? just want to get an idea of what they should look like.


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    heres one of mine.
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    What did you use to attach them. they look like they were made with the ride palate. nice work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mksmi View Post
    What did you use to attach them. they look like they were made with the ride palate. nice work.
    i used the loctite marine epoxy.....
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    What is the diffren't thay make ?
    And how did you attached them did you use a wood to keep them in place untill the slution you used to dryup

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    Quote Originally Posted by mksmi View Post
    What did you use to attach them. they look like they were made with the ride palate. nice work.
    I used the loctite marine epoxy..Had to order it though..nobody in my area carried it.
    Thanks for the compliment..

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    Quote Originally Posted by qatar2000kk View Post
    What is the diffren't thay make ?
    They raise the ass end of the ski up,The ski hooks up better in chop,your able to stay on the gas more going through rough water..I lost one awhile back and could tell a big differance in the way the ski acted.they are definatly a must in my opinion.
    And how did you attached them did you use a wood to keep them in place untill the slution you used to dryup I used Loctite marine epoxy.yes i used a floor jack and a piece of wood to hold them up.i also used some wood wedges for the front and back points .

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