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Old 02-13-2012   #11
Flagstaff, Arizona
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I kind of have a 4 bay frame, only one of the bays is not quite wide enough to throw a 20mm in sideways, so trying to come up with some alternatives. I've got a 14' tributary so the side rails are maxed out based on the flat section of the raft. Thinking the home-built trailer frame/table are going to be the way to go. Found a buddy with a pipe bender and a bunch of scrap so going to see what we can get figured out.

Thanks everyone for the input

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