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Old 30-07-2006, 11:39 PM   #1
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Seaquel gear shift panel and cyco shifters
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Cyco shifters for Xtreme (Phantom 20) mounted to one of Gavs shifter panels.
I decided to make the shifter panel a bolt in instead fixing it in with fibreglass for greater access to shifters.
The top plates shown will be replaced with some new ones carrying Cyco Logo and Xtreme this week.

Also the handles will have something (when I decide what) Etched on them.

The position of the panel in the Phantom worked really well very happy with it.

Just some Rex marine cup holders to go in and it finished.

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Old 31-07-2006, 05:09 PM   #12
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Is that so you can have a cup of tea whilst on the move dude.
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do you do them with the hand grip like this,or is it one of yours anyway?
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Just some Rex marine cup holders to go in and it finished.

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Will you be fitting a walnut dash with your new cup holders
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Will you be fitting a walnut dash with your new cup holders
cheers,if you want a walnut dash im ya man!
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Just some Rex marine cup holders to go in and it finished.

Wot, like these?
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Wot, like these?
Blimey they look nice. I have heard through the grapevine that Cyco will be having his sponsors logo on the cup holders. Got a sneaky preview
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Tony what size are those?

Decided to have somewhere to put me keys and maybe a drink for a change.

Whats wrong with a cup of tea whilst blasting along in your powerboat?

Tony do you have any Dana trim switches in stock?
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do you do them with the hand grip like this,or is it one of yours anyway?
Yes I do both options
Either the Tee style handles machined from Aliuminum or the round Billet style machined from Stainless Steel.

Might be able to have a deal on a walnut dash!! mmm like the sound of that in me Phantom.
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