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Old 05-25-2016   #121
 
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Ahh, I see you too have flat space syndrome. All flat spaces get covered by things, usually when your back is turned.

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Here is my storm. I have kind of a part nrs part neffs whitewater customs frame.. he built a bracket for my canton 55qt coolet to rest on.. it has the slots on the side so you can strap it in and still have acess.. it fits in my f150 with a 5.5ft bed just fine... not pictured is a rail I added to the back.. next project is to weld some tabs on some tall 50cal ammo cans that will strap on either side of my seat...

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Old 05-25-2016   #123
 
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Here is my storm. I have kind of a part nrs part neffs whitewater customs frame.. he built a bracket for my canton 55qt coolet to rest on.. it has the slots on the side so you can strap it in and still have acess.. it fits in my f150 with a 5.5ft bed just fine... not pictured is a rail I added to the back.. next project is to weld some tabs on some tall 50cal ammo cans that will strap on either side of my seat...

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Sweet Storm really like how you and Neff did the cooler. What's the pvc pipe?

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Old 05-25-2016   #124
 
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It's my pvc stern camera mount... granted it's sitting up front for the picture.. was just testing the fit.

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Ahhh

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Old 05-26-2016   #126
 
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Like the camera mount idea. I might borrow it.
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Just got my RMR storm. Bought it used for a deal. Just r-2 and r-4 tithes weekend in Taos!. Super fun.
What size oars are you all running?
Does anyone have a picture of their boat set up for multi day trips?
Thanks
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Just got my RMR storm. Bought it used for a deal. Just r-2 and r-4 tithes weekend in Taos!. Super fun.
What size oars are you all running?
Does anyone have a picture of their boat set up for multi day trips?
Thanks
I think spider's got some pics way up thread somewhere. I'm sure he'd send you more. He's been tinkering with the storm for a few years.
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Just got my RMR storm. Bought it used for a deal. Just r-2 and r-4 tithes weekend in Taos!. Super fun.

What size oars are you all running?

Does anyone have a picture of their boat set up for multi day trips?

Thanks

8' is what I run on mine and I love it!


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Just got my RMR storm. Bought it used for a deal. Just r-2 and r-4 tithes weekend in Taos!. Super fun.
What size oars are you all running?
Does anyone have a picture of their boat set up for multi day trips?
Thanks
Spider also known as Neff has some picturess.. go to his facebook page Neff's whitewater customs and he has some pictures of that thing loaded down.. I will have some pictures of mine loaded for a week before summer is over.. I'm running 8' oars..
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