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 Post subject: Rigging the AI
PostPosted: Wed Jun 18, 2014 2:34 pm 
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Joined: Sat May 04, 2013 5:27 pm
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Location: Austin, Texas
I posted a rundown of mods/rigging that I did on TKF, a Texas yak site. Been busy, and although I had planned on writing up an in depth post here, never got around to it. And now two months later, in the midst of fishing season and a heavy work load, I just dont see myself rewriting it any time soon. So, please excuse the "link to another site" and I promise to work on prioritizing my postings going forward! ... in+rigging

In this post, I explain some of the rigging options I went with and why. Its a long winded post, and loaded with back/tangent stories to help illustrate my thought process. I took some pictures along the way and included them. Some of these mods are credited to you guys, as I did heavy research across the www prior to the purchase of the Conversion kit. It was your ideas that floated around my head as I sat in the garage game planning the set up. Thanks to all of you who took the time to document your processes and I hope to contribute in the future.

If you have any questions/comments, I am happy to elaborate on any of the ideas.

Still on the ever growing todo list: Bilge system, Hakas, livewell/cooler in that order.


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