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    Anyone have any experience putting a tunnel into a 21' Scott freighter canoe? I could not find anything w/ a quick search here. Thanks for any info. john

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    Why would you want to put a tunnel into a canoe ?? Ya can't go fast enough to get any benefit out of it? or am i missing something ??
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    • #3
      Pot: thanks for asking. i need to run a jet on it, and that requires a tunnel. i ran a jet before w/out the tunnel, and i had to run the foot too deep to be of any real use. the tunnel will allow me to run shallower, among other things. i have a mud buddy on it now, and that does ok, but i still hit the prop now and then. cheers. john

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      • #4
        I posted a company that made a Florida flats style boat with a tunnel, posted in canoe section a couple years ago. They used a tunnel with a prop.
        With set back, and a lift my prop, on my 21 ft Scott HB I used to own was above the bottom of the canoe at speed, did not cavitate.

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        • #5
          kk; thanks. any idea who the company is?

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          • #6
            Did a search and here it is

            http://therhyde.com/index.html

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            • #7
              kk: thanks. i emailed him. google search shows stink; i wonder if he is out of the business now.

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