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Pictures / Video / Re: CW - Port Huron, Michigan
« Last post by Painlesstom on October 13, 2019, 08:36:06 PM »
Great pics! That bridge was very cool.  :-O

Looking forward to the video!!  :)
Pictures / Video / CW - Port Huron, Michigan
« Last post by CC-Coder on October 13, 2019, 06:24:08 PM »
Just a few pics of our recent trip to Michigan. We took the Mokai's instead of the kayaks and was able to get in around 40 miles on two rivers. Across the Blue Water Bridge is Point Edward, Canada. Lake Huron to the left, St Clair River to the right. Keep following south and you'll end up in Lake Erie. We were going to do the full loop up the Black River to the canal in the picture that ends in the St Clair River, but the river current was around 8 mph with huge ships cruising by churning up the water...not our idea of fun in the Mokai's. Video to follow at some point.
Chat / Re: Stik Boat
« Last post by Painlesstom on October 13, 2019, 02:56:01 PM »
Thanks, I fixed his post.  ;)
Chat / Re: Stik Boat
« Last post by CC-Coder on October 13, 2019, 02:44:01 PM »

Think you have to insert a hyperlink using the icon, then it can be used to go directly to the Craigslist website.  :)
Chat / Re: Stik Boat
« Last post by Rottweilerman on October 13, 2019, 02:07:02 PM »
ventura.craigslist.org/boa/d/newbury-park-stik-boat/6961239899.htmlFor those who may be interested in an alternative as well as acquiring a second boat to go along with their Mokai, I've include a link to the sale of my Stik Boat.   ventura.craigslist.org/boa/d/newbury-park-stik-boat/6998720736.html

Regards, John

Mokai ES-Kape 2.0 / Re: Improvements - Pump and Wear Ring
« Last post by Duff on October 13, 2019, 09:52:31 AM »
No Gadget is without weak points. Especially one that we drive up fast shallow rapids inches above the rocks, mud, sand, sticks...etc. Owners, manufacturers and aftermarket working together creates the best results. Sometimes it takes a blow up to  identify and correct a weak point. 
Mokai ES-Kape 2.0 / Re: Improvements - Pump and Wear Ring
« Last post by happul3 on October 12, 2019, 05:25:26 PM »
... why be mad at anybody? This is a plastic boat with a lawn mower engine that we're all just trying to have fun with.  ;D

Well said! 
Yeah, scan and dimensions would be fine. No sense spending $$ to ship anything if there is an easier way for free. haha

I mentioned 6061 because aluminum would be the only viable metal for a grate to cut on my CNC, but I would make the grate from 304 stainless rod for the strength and simplicity to make. I was pretty sure you knew the difference between tubing and rod, just didn't want anyone who was reading along confusing anything.  \./8
Hi Tom:

Yes would be no problem to do a scan or I could just mail the thing to you if you like. I won't be needing it for a while :)

My apologies for calling rod,  tubing. I was thinking more along the lines of round. Yes, I know that rod is solid and tubing is not. For that matter, you originally mentioned 6061, which is a grade of aluminum, and I was just thinking stainless vs aluminum. I don't do a whole lot of metal fabrication, so not something I think about.

I could possibly just put this grate on the flatbed scanner with a black background at 100% size, and  that would give you a very nice tracing to work from.  I'll take some detailed measurements as well for reference .
Looks like you could scan the grate like you did the pump and send that for dimensions, shouldn't have any problem making one up. And FYI tubing is hollow, rod is solid.  ;)

Here are the slots on the 2010 grate.
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