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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: Another wilderness kayak added to the fleet (radar 115)  (Read 284 times)

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GrumpyBass

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Just got back from adventure sports and the hooked me up with a new Radar 115 and a helix drive.

I sold my outback and now feel like I can finally take my fly game to a whole new level.

I went with dusk because they are no longer offering it and I think it’s one of the best color combos they have offered.

I’m looking forward to throwing the ray marine on it and some flush mounts for traveling.

I threw on a little conceal padding on a few spots but plan on adding significantly more.


« Last Edit: December 30, 2017, 06:32:49 PM by GrumpyBass »
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If you have any questions about the Radar feel free to ask me.

Also,

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GrumpyBass

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If you have any questions about the Radar feel free to ask me.

Also,

 Thanks rob, I checked all the bolts while installing and it all worked out. I added some dry lube to the friction points to assist in movement.

Really looking forward to getting it on the water


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Nice kayak! Nice homemade rack too! Are the brackets strong enough for you to be able to store a kayak on the upper rack?
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That is kind of a cool rack. I think I'd add one of the same shelf brackets to the top of the 2 X on the upper level, too.
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GrumpyBass

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That is kind of a cool rack. I think I'd add one of the same shelf brackets to the top of the 2 X on the upper level, too.
You could but it’s not necessary. Plenty strong enough.


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GrumpyBass

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Nice kayak! Nice homemade rack too! Are the brackets strong enough for you to be able to store a kayak on the upper rack?
Sure are, that’s how I used to store my other kayak. Now it is on a hand winch and slung from the celling.
« Last Edit: January 03, 2018, 05:12:52 PM by GrumpyBass »
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GrumpyBass

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That is kind of a cool rack. I think I'd add one of the same shelf brackets to the top of the 2 X on the upper level, too.
Nice kayak! Nice homemade rack too! Are the brackets strong enough for you to be able to store a kayak on the upper rack?

Simple design that has held up for 4yrs of use. Here are some more pics for you guys.






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Pretty sure we are headed to rollins sat morning to the free launch spot. chasing trout early, switch to bass and crappie 11ish... (FREELOADERS COVE) :smt006
Fall is dropping in for a while. Love fall colors and fishing!


 

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