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    Default Looking for photos of 19 ft Grummans w/ a lift

    hello folks, I'm unable to locate any personal pictures of the Grumman with a lift attached. Please be generous and post some pictures of a 19 ft grumman w/lift. This is for a big historical project regarding square stern canoes being used for work. Right now, I'm pouring over hundreds of pages of literature regarding square stern canoes of the past.

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    I don't have any, but I saw more than a few in some really old threads in the canoe section. (I was looking for ideas to build one for mine.) So they're on the site, but they're really buried.

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    Agree on that. And yes difficult to find on here. Is it a thread that mentions John Klingle (Alaska-famous lift maker)? Other terms to search for/with would be jackass, jackazz, or possibly Pete Weaver.

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    That last sentence just doesn't look right - Sorry Pete.

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    I don't know my canoes, but this is a design I copied earlier this year for another member - (I have several more pics with measurements)

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    Quote Originally Posted by FamilyMan View Post
    Agree on that. And yes difficult to find on here. Is it a thread that mentions John Klingle (Alaska-famous lift maker)? Other terms to search for/with would be jackass, jackazz, or possibly Pete Weaver.
    Yeah, John Klingle was one, not sure of the spelling though. The search function here is pretty much crap.

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    This lift was also made for the Osage canoe. I have one on my 17' Missourian.

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    Bitterroot I have sent you a PM SID

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