Originally Posted by mttodd
Last year I got to look at some drop rails that NRS made that were bent at a 60 degree or so, instead of a 90. They seemed to be a much better setup than the old school ones, much more suited to the high inside d-ring placement that aire has to use. They allow at least three or four more inches of clearance. Might be worth checking out.
Thanks for the tip. I think my plan is coming together. Because I have seller's remorse and no longer have my cat, I am in the hunt for a good condition, used set of aire ocelot tubes.
In the meantime, I've got my raft frame pretty much planned out and now just need to bring my boat/boxes... over to aaa in denver to dial in the unit.
*My frame design idea should work for my raft and said future cat- I'll be able to take off the front (4th) bay of the raft frame, add the aaa drop rails and cross supports, and have a sweet frame for both boats.
- Now we just need a bunch more snow...