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Topic: My take on a rod balancer (3D printed)  (Read 234 times)

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Jeffrm20

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Been wanting to mount a rod balancer on my kayak for some time and finally programmed up one to fit in the sail mast mount on my PA14. Gotta day the fit is perfect. Can’t wait to try it out.

I do have another one printing right now that has the Scotty style end on it. Iíll update when itís done








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How did the Scotty version come out?did you get a chance to try it out? I just purchased the Scotty version for my PA.


 

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