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X17xpress

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Just installed one in my boat. After drilling the first hole everything went fine had my wife helping me make sure i did not screw anything up. the tray took about a hour to install and it is one of the best things i ever did to my boat. wish i had done this sooner. 



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 ~c~ I really like mine too, it took me a few times to adjust to it. I had fished so many years with out one  ;D I actually forgot to mount my pedal to the troll-eze first and had to go back and attach it to the tray to keep it from moving around within the box.  ;D

 ~gf fish on brother with no back pains after a long day with one leg shifted up.

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I love mine too.  I've not had one bad back all season.  It's worth the $, even if he charged twice the amount.

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i have got to go and bolt the petal down when i get back home . fished 10 days out of the last two weeks and not one back ache at all

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Do you have to worry about any stringers or anything on the xpress?

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Matt,

I'm not sure onthe Xprss, but we had stringers under the deck of the Champion I installed the tray in and it was a pain in the boat.  It didn't effect the deck any, as I fished off of it after the install.  I weigh 275, so it handle some weight pretty easily without issue.

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So good I bought 2  ;D
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Which xpress did you put it in. I've been thinking about putting one in mine but I didn't know if it were deep enough or fi there were any braces in the way.

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I have a hand controlled but thought about installing a foot controlled and a Troll-Eze on my X-60. The brace under my front deck that I would have to cut through scared me off of that idea. It may hold up, but I'm not getting any skinnier. lo
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Alan i weigh about 170 and putting the tray in has not affected my front deck at all[]


 


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