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Old 19 August 2016, 08:55   #1
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The chrome/SS bars at the back - what are they called and where can I buy some from!

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Old 19 August 2016, 09:09   #2
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The chrome/SS bars at the back - what are they called and where can I buy some from!

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Hi,

Pics would be handy
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Looking at your pic in your other thread I'm guessing you mean an 'A frame', for mounting nav lights, VHF aerial, etc. on ?

Your best option might be to get one fabricated locally.
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Yep, thats it!!

Made to measure item I guess. Got to have one cos they look the nuts!

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You can buy "off the shelf" adjustable ones. Pacer marine do them.

A bit of customisation if it's not eactly what you want...
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Yep, thats it!!

Made to measure item I guess. Got to have one cos they look the nuts!

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Make sure you get one with loads of space for mounting lights & speakers. You'll need a couple of searchlights on it to complete the look👍


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When you get the speakers get a big Amp wired up so we can all hear 👍and make sure it's all well fastened on as they have a tendency to snap & fall off 😳
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