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    Shindog
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chinaman4u View Post
    Note. The funny curves are due to trace(using paper and dirty finger method and then redrawn to scale), it's actually a simple curve, although not quite. The measurements are actual. The hole is in the right place but I would not be able to get centerline measurements. Make a block out of wood(balsa maybe, old 2x4?) and test it. Note the two bolts that hold the bracket in place (centerline is/are hand drawn and not in the right place), the bolt towards the rear has not enough access on top of the bolt for an allen wrench due the the curvature; certainly a design flaw. You should change this.

    This is the R&D bracket. I personally have a 2004 and 2005 15f at about 140hrs. Dated for sure, as it is 13 years old. But, I'd buy another, until the electric ones come out. Good luck.

    Maybe use a simple L shaped brackets with a bolt welded on for the bucket would work well.

    I can work with this! Thanks a ton Chinaman!

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    Quote Originally Posted by polaris700man View Post
    Does anyone have reverse brackets I can borrow to machine up my own? I just need something to start with to get an idea on dimensions.

    Or does anyone know where to get a set?
    Same here or the specs? just read above post. I must have skipped over it the first time. Guess ill give machining some a shot. Any interest in some still, pm me and ill see what I can make them for cost wise..
    Last edited by Saum700p; 02-23-2018 at 02:19 PM.

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    unfortunately , they only have ride plates for 12f, and not the 15f, unless the 12f is the same as 15f, be good to know if it is?

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    My name is Sean and I am addicted to STXs smokeysevin's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaythefisherman View Post
    unfortunately , they only have ride plates for 12f, and not the 15f, unless the 12f is the same as 15f, be good to know if it is?
    STX is STX provided you don't go to the original hull.

    12f 15f STX-R, and even the new one all use the same plate (the new one runs the speedo in a different spot but the overall shape is the same)

    Sean

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    Quote Originally Posted by smokeysevin View Post
    STX is STX provided you don't go to the original hull.

    12f 15f STX-R, and even the new one all use the same plate (the new one runs the speedo in a different spot but the overall shape is the same)

    Sean
    Im hoping that, with the new models out and the lower hulls being the same, there will be more manufacturers producing aftermarket parts soon.


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