Boat cover prop

  1. Jlg

    Jlg Member

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    image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg I've been using a peace of wood to hold my boat cover up but it was always falling down so I decided to make this the big bit whith the poles coming of scews in to the nut on the bar and the little bit of bar was bored out to fit son a2 stainless nuts in then tig welded together and the big pole with the nut on has a m5 bolt welded on the end to screw in to the little bar which will be epoxied in a hole in the floor of the boat then it all can unscrew while still leaving the floor water proof
     
  2. fizzy Forum Supporter

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    Is that a Quicksilver inflatable?
     
  3. Jlg

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    @fizzy do you mean the one in my profile picture I so it's not it's a 1982 Achilles inflatable with a 7.5 Johnson seahorse outbord my granda bought it new and since I showed interest in it he give me it five years ago the prop is not for that it's for my ski boat when not in use
     
  4. fizzy Forum Supporter

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    Ahh you can tell who Quicksilver copied then!
     
  5. Jlg

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    Yes it Japanese and holds air like new flat out on your own you can get 28mph out of it
     
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