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Old 1 Week Ago   #171
 
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Old 4 Days Ago   #172
 
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Wanted another drop "bag" for my new to me 16' boat and thought I'd make one instead.

I don't have access to polymax in Canada without crazy shipping costs... So I bought 3 oversized milk crates, cut a few sides off and bolted them together.

The finished product is about 39" x 19" and fits under my seat bay perfectly, and now I have a rigid place for hard sided and sharp items on my boat.

I'm pleased with how it turned out and will take it on it's maiden voyage next weekend.

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Well done sir!!! It’s always great to see people find great solutions. Excellent concept, design and execution. If you run three straps under the belly and weave them in the into the vertical sides you have a great product that can even be customized to size.


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Wanted another drop "bag" for my new to me 16' boat and thought I'd make one instead.

I don't have access to polymax in Canada without crazy shipping costs... So I bought 3 oversized milk crates, cut a few sides off and bolted them together.

The finished product is about 39" x 19" and fits under my seat bat perfectly, and now I have a rigid place for hard sided and sharp items on my boat.

I'm pleased with how it turned out and will take it on it's maiden voyage next weekend.

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Old 4 Days Ago   #174
 
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Didn't think about running the straps underneath... That would probably make it a better weight carrier... Thanks, I'll give that some thought.
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Very neat idea.
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