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    Quote Originally Posted by Predator Control View Post
    I looked at that same drop in two burner propane cook top too but didn't have quite enough room for it after prioritizing a large, deep sink over other anything else in this small, limited flat area. I'm sure this portable two burner set up is too tacky for most aluminum boat owners but I like the quality of this cook top and the BTU output is more than twice (18000 BTU each burner) that of the drop in style for the same money ($100). I just thought I would throw that out there for another possible option.




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    How about a brand name/model# of the one pictured?

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    We have a three burner propane cook top in ours, 2 would have been just fine. Majority of cooking is done on back deck with a propane grill or white gas Coleman aluminum 2 burner. Usually boil water on the indoor for coffee and not much else.

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    Ha ha. Funny guy


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    Quote Originally Posted by Garyak View Post
    How about a brand name/model# of the one pictured?
    it's a Camp Chef Ranger 2 bought it at Sportsmans warehouse in Fairbanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Predator Control View Post
    it's a Camp Chef Ranger 2 bought it at Sportsmans warehouse in Fairbanks

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    Thanks, Predator Control. Love those high output burners and the configuration of the forward facing controls. Not so crazy about the weight...so I guess I could go on a diet and lose 10 lbs and call it good..lol.

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    yea I like to have plenty of fire power when I cook. The cooking part of multi day trips is pretty important part of the trip for me. The meals we cook are nothing less than gourmet! I bought a pretty high output grill too and I like it allot. It's called "Solaire" infrared grill. Cooks everything hot and fast just like Chef Ramsey would want to seal In the juices.

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    Did you make those rod holders? Are they removable? They look pretty stout. I'd like to copy something like that


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    Absolutely! copy anything you want. I sorta got the idea from Mel anyway. Yes everything just plugs into the pipe recepticals incorporated into the hand rail. I've got 4 rod holders, the shrimp pot puller, BBQ grill and some drink holders that all plug into any of the 4 recepticals that's part of the hand rail. They just pull right out and lock into place when installed. And VERY heavy duty. So if you do like this idea maybe the Woodridge guys could build for something like that. I'll help you in anyway I can just tell me what you want. I'll look around for a few more rod holders photos


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    these aren't good close up photos of the holder but I think you can get the idea


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    That's great. I'll talk with them later in the build
    And see what they can do. I have some other ideas similar to this I've been drawing up and your pics help a lot.


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    What?? No comments on the fish cleaning table? That was one of my better ideas! sets up in seconds and the fillet boards also plug right into the rod recepticals solid. No more cleaning the big ones on the floor!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Predator Control View Post
    What?? No comments on the fish cleaning table? That was one of my better ideas! sets up in seconds and the fillet boards also plug right into the rod recepticals solid. No more cleaning the big ones on the floor!

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    Uhhhh...I'm ready to swap boats with ya right now. That's pretty slick.

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    I've got way to many months of work invested into this boat to let her go that easy. Thanks... glad you like it

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    I just found this thread, and my eyes got moist. I had my boat quote from Wooldridge last summer then my wife took a pregnancy test.....enjoy your boat rob. Can't wait for on the water pics!!
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    Just a FWIW comment on the brake controller: Due to a change in timing, I had my son haul my new Wooldridge up a month ago (vs. shipping) and my (older, 2009) truck was not setup to handle the electric over hydraulic brakes. Given the time constraints, he had to leave Los Anchorage immediately when I called: if you need a part or service to make the brakes work, get it done in Alaska. Straightforward fix in my case (new Tekonsha controller) but getting it done in the Seattle area turned out to be a real PITA with many garages saying "we don't do that".
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    Good to know. Thanks


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    More pictures please!


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    I wish I had some to share.


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    New boat porn from the metal masters at Wooldridge.
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    Looking good Rob, they are making progress!

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