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Discussion in 'Arkansas Flyway Forum' started by MGDUCK2, Jan 28, 2013.
I wish that were possible but I can't........ I'm deployed.
Thanks for your service brother. Pm your name and address and colors and I will make sure you have a little something waiting for your safe return.
Thx again brother!
Ain't no Rookie behind that camera....
Hey Ghost Duck,
That pic with the Heiman pose, is that a piece of PVC extending that suzuki tiller??
Seriously just wondering if you bought that or made it, been wanting to lengthen mine just haven't come up with anything bought or made I trust yet.
I've been running a PVC tiller extension for the past ten years. Used the same design on two different 25 hp motors with absolutely zero issues. I use gray PVC conduit (2"?; whatever size will just not quite slide easily onto the tiller handle) and a rubber pipe fitting with two hose clamps. Cut three grooves lengthwise on the tiller end of the PVC. The grooves should be about 2/3 the length of the tiller grip. This provides enough flex to get the PVC over the tiller grip. Put the rubber coupler onto the tiller grip, then slide the PVC onto the grip inside of the rubber coupler. Tighten both hose clamps and you're good to go. I also wrap the grip end of the PVC with closed cell foam and cloth tape to provide a better grip surface. I can run my motor standing up or sitting down with this setup, just make sure you allow enough room to get out of the way of the tiller handle when you pull it hard to the driver's side.
Mountain Feist Duck Dog.....20#s.....
Good looking dog. I guess he'll tree every now and then.
My dad recently got two Mullins fiests. Hope they'll tree some this next weekend....
what he said only i believe i used 3 hose clamps. ran the cmc t&t switch out the end as well
Not sure if this thread is for Arkansas only but I'll share a few of my favorite pictures from this year.
Started in Canada in October and it was everything I grew up dreaming about.
This was my camp for a week.
Already planning for next year!