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Old 07-01-2009, 09:31 PM
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I've been making boat stands for each boat as it comes alone and I came up with these idea's. I thought they are worth sharing....
A tee piece added onto the end with a screw on end which is good for storing and carting your flex shafts and stuffing tube liners down to the water.
The second tube is for cleaning flex shafts, half fill tube with cleaning liquid, screw on the end and shake....presto, a clean flex ready for re greasing
Cheers Scoot
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Old 07-01-2009, 09:47 PM
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that's a great idea[sm=thumbs_up.gif] i think i will use it when i make my next stand, thanks for sharing
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Hey Scoot Bubbles will look so nice sitting on that fancy stand, yes mate I have come over from OSE to see what you Gas Guys get up to when high on hydrocarbon fumes!!!!!
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Nice simple idea Scoot,ive been using the single tube idea to store all my flex shafts when not in use ,i fill it with engine oil and screw on the cap and leave it hung in the shed to keep them all niceley lubed for when i next need them.

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