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So, I made a cardboard prototype before I cut the scrap metal I had to make the monolithic mount.
The question I have is if I should modify the mounting bracket to allow for the anchor line to pass safely from the last pulley to the bow end of the anchormate system. Although I do like Rob's idea best - couldn't go wrong Ken Dogg running the anchor and dishing out da brisket! In order to be able to post messages on the Colorado Fishing Forum forums, you must first register. Please enter your desired user name, your email address and other required details in the form below. In order to verify that you are a human and not a spam bot, please enter the answer into the following box below based on the instructions contained in the graphic.
I have a 14' factory Grumman and would like to get some idea of what I am fixing to undertake. What I was thinking about doing was putting carpeted plywood over both benches with the pedistal seats on top of that.

5-I am going to mount a stick steer motor(20) on the back before long-does that influence the way I need to make the other modifications? For stick steer, you will want to be low, so leave an area to sit at about bench seat height, and allow your feet to be about current bottom deck height.
When the deck is done, lay it in the boat and drill some pilot holes and attach it to your aluminum frame using wood screws. I used the plywood and carpet and screwed it down to the boat bench with about 8 wood screws.
Keep in mind where the steering controls will eventually be when you a setting up your boat and arranging the seating. Cut a section out - at the back of the mounting bracket to allow more distance between the rope and the bracket.
Add another pulley like the one below to the back of the mounting bracket to allow the anchor line to then run on the back roller of the anchormate? I wouldn't mind using aluminum for the decking, but have no idea about building a support structure.

Also you can get some plastic trim to finish off the sharp edges at most auto parts stores and if you can't find some let me know as I think I still have some around somewhere! Will use JB Weld and screws to connect the mount and then run the anchor line under the last roller. I was to mount a foot-controlled trolling motor on the front at some point.If you look at the pictures I sent you a while back you can partially see how I did my deck. Once you get it fit pretty close , it helps to take jig saw and bevel the edges where it meets the sides of your boat.
This will help keep from have a gap for stuff to fall into all around the edges and it just looks better. It doesn't have to be precise or pretty cause the carpet and base will cover it up, it just need to allow the base to sit flush on the bench.

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