Pontoon Boat Wheel Bracket

Discussion in 'Watercraft' started by Riverman, Dec 19, 2009.

  1. Riverman Member

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    USA
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    The free brackets have been completed for the 14-guys above, and have been shipped earlier this week.



    Best wishes...
  2. funfisher Fish On!

    Posts: 117
    Suquamish, WA
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    The bracket arrived yesterday. Thanks very much.
    Rich Larson :thumb::thumb:
  3. Riverman Member

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    USA
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    I made those brackets real fast out of scrap aluminum... you guys may want to grind the edges to make them a little better looking.

    They will work anyway...
  4. Mike (Doc) LaCombe Member

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    Port Orchard, WA
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    Arrived yesterday. Thanks Riverman this will fill the bill.

    Mike
  5. dryflylarry "Chasing Riseforms"

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    Near the Fjord
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    Thanks Riverman!
  6. AndreD Member

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    Chico, N Cali
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    Got mine on Monday too Riverman. Thanks alot, I sure do appreciate it.

    Andre
  7. Denny Active Member

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    Seattle, WA, USA.
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    Thanks so, so much for the bracket! I was using a different setup (made out of mountain bike handlebars and neck) to hold the bike fork and wheel, and though it worked, it was a pain to take off and on. This should work great!

    What fish do you target/fly fish down your way? I didn't pay attention to your address until the package arrived, but I didn't realize you live in the SE part of the US . . .

    Thanks again. My aging body will appreciate the bracket . . .
  8. CoastRange New Member

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    philomath
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    Would love to get one when you get a chance. Let me know if you need me to pay shipping. thanks agian they look great. Its' awfully nice of you...
  9. Riverman Member

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    USA
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    I won't be making any more until late October... sorry.
  10. Jim Riggins Member

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    Battle Ground, Wa.
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    Hey I would like one as well, hell it might be worth takiing you to my meat hole on the east fork
  11. Kirk Singleton Capt Kirk

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    Sammamish, WA
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    I know that I am late to the party, but I would love one! I insist on paying for shipping at least some flies. Thanks!
    Kirk
  12. seattletrask New Member

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    Puyallup
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    I am impressed. I was looking for something for my fishcat 9. I believe that would work from most pontoon boats. I don't weld so if you have the time call me, 253-904-8999.
  13. Riverman Member

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    USA
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    I won't be making anymore until this Fall... I'll keep you on the list for then.
  14. Ed Call Mumbling Moderator

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    Kitsap Peninsula
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    Riverman, I have one of your brackets and just sold my pontoon. If you tell me who's on top of your list of patient new friends I can mail the one I have to them.
  15. seattletrask New Member

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    Puyallup
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    Please put me on your list. I am very impressed with your bracket.
  16. charlesasmith Chuck

    Posts: 34
    Portland, Oregon
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    Hi:

    Is it too late to get one of the brackets for my Water Skeeter pontoon? If so, please let me know about shipping costs and what kind of smallmouth flies you use?

    Thanks, Chuck
  17. Riverman Member

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    USA
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    I'm not making any brackets right now... the material, shipping and welding expense was just too much.
  18. charlesasmith Chuck

    Posts: 34
    Portland, Oregon
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    Riverman:

    I understand that you have done enough of these for others. I am sure they appreciated your design and efforts in making them. You must be one of the original good guys.

    Chuck