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    Did a little cutting and bending with BKmail yesterday and got her all welded up this morning. All I need now is a bit of shark hide and some 1/2Ē Sanalite for the cutting surface. I used Traxstech tracks and risers to mount it to the transom so itís easy to remove if i ever need to.


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    Are those fork pockets for the front end loader on the bottom Rob?😉
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    Lol. Yeah. For lifting up the cooler full of fillets. But they are just the right size for a Plano jig box.


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    That came out looking great. That trax system made that such a clean install and yet completely removable.
    Can holsters in the corner need a beer.
    Nice job, hope the table is big enough......
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    What are the dimensions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by REFAK View Post
    What are the dimensions?
    24" x 44" with 5" sides No sure how tall off the deck it is but feels about right to me.
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    I like everything about the Traxtech except one thing - The cost.....ouch.

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    Where are you buying your sanilite? What is the difference between white UHMW and sanilite?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullelkklr View Post
    Where are you buying your sanilite? What is the difference between white UHMW and sanilite?

    Yes the Traxstech stuff is pricey. They sure are proud of that stuff. I love the convienience of the tracks I put along the gunnels so i figured i'd use it for the table too. My plan is to mount 2 tracks along the backside of the transom to store the table if I ever wanted it out of the way like when trolling for silvers/kings, but haven't committed to drilling more holes yet.

    I'm planning on getting the Sanilite from AK Rubber. From what I understand it's a food grade plastic unlike UHMW. I used it on my last table and it always looked good and was easy to clean.
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    I did a little googling and didn't catch the food grade for the sanilite. Have you ever used Image Plastics in town? I don't know if he has sanilite, but I bought the 3" OD uhmw plastic roll from him for the pot puller bushings.

    How did you smooth the edges of the aluminum so it I not sharp? I guess a break would help. I have a fair amount of flat alum stock on hand and it would keep the weigh down some. Hmmmm - after I get the basement remodeled I think I have another project...

    Oh - so you would remove it for trolling with downriggers for silvers and kings? That is when I use my bait station cleaning board the most.....

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    Maybe Iím wrong on the food grade thought then. Could have sworn someone at one of the plastic shops around town told me that though. Iíve bought a bunch of scraps from Image Plastics too. Good guys there.
    I just used a sponge block to sand the edges. But yeah the break made it pretty smooth already. Iím also going to line the edges with some rubber mounding to clean it up a bit.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullelkklr View Post
    What is the difference between white UHMW and sanilite?
    Sanalite is softer plastic (HDPE) & carries an NSF61 approval so that it can be used in the food industry. Ultra high molecular weight plastic (UHMW) is HDPE on steroids that is used in the industrial arena because of its weight, hardness & load bearing capacity which is why you probably won't find UHMW with an NSF61 rating. Because of its hardness, UHMW works great for the bottom of an airboat hull but it would make short work of a sharp knife on a fillet table.
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    Quote Originally Posted by akdeweyj View Post
    Sanalite is softer plastic (HDPE) & carries an NSF61 approval so that it can be used in the food industry. Ultra high molecular weight plastic (UHMW) is HDPE on steroids that is used in the industrial arena because of its weight, hardness & load bearing capacity which is why you probably won't find UHMW with an NSF61 rating. Because of its hardness, UHMW works great for the bottom of an airboat hull but it would make short work of a sharp knife on a fillet table.
    Nobody likes a smartie pants. LOL No seriously that's some great info. It's pretty impressive to see how many different types of "plastic" there are out there. Most everyone knows UHMW and calls them all UHMW.
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    I use uhmw on my cutting table, simply because I have it available. Its slick stuff though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob B View Post
    Nobody likes a smartie pants. LOL No seriously that's some great info. It's pretty impressive to see how many different types of "plastic" there are out there. Most everyone knows UHMW and calls them all UHMW.
    Just in case you were wondering, they are trying to color code cutting boards to the food each one is used for so be sure to get beige for your fillet table!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bkmail View Post
    I use uhmw on my cutting table, simply because I have it available. Its slick stuff though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by akdeweyj View Post
    Just in case you were wondering, they are trying to color code cutting boards to the food each one is used for so be sure to get beige for your fillet table!!

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    LOL No thank you. I'd love to find some Black Sanalite though.
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    Ask Ak Rubber what they have. I bought some black hdpe from them for backing on my acr's, breakers & buss bars. If i remember the black is recycled hdpe & is a tad cheaper than new stuff although it may not be "food grade".
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    Quote Originally Posted by akdeweyj View Post
    Bk do you use a mat on your table?
    Yes sir, its a necessity.
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    I picked up a big piece of White Sanalite from AK Rubber yesterday. Should have it cut and all mounted on the boat this afternoon.
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