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TM Tray #10610170 02/11/15 03:51 PM
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Looking for suggestions when it comes to TM trays. My last trip has my back in a world of hurt. Standing on one foot is not for this old man. I have a MK 55#. Thanks, gotta go take some more Advil.


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Re: TM Tray [Re: Topwater2] #10611844 02/12/15 01:04 AM
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Troll-Eze make a nice powder-coated aluminum one. $90.00.

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Trollwell makes a nice fiberglass unit.

Re: TM Tray [Re: Topwater2] #10612009 02/12/15 01:54 AM
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Thanks, I'll check on both of them.


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Re: TM Tray [Re: Topwater2] #10614394 02/12/15 09:46 PM
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my advise would be to check underneath by pulling out your front panel and sticking a digital camera /iPhone under there and take to pictures to see how much room you have. See if there's any support beams or Stringers that you don't want to cut through if you can avoid it. most tray's should fit, but i would make sure before to purchase and especially before you cut the hole.

I got mine from Comfortroll~ $140.

http://comfortroll.com/

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My rod box is in the middle so looking up there wont be a problem. I appreciate all the help.


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Re: TM Tray [Re: dimitri] #10616724 02/13/15 07:28 PM
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^^^^^^^^^^ X 2


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Re: TM Tray [Re: Topwater2] #10617556 02/14/15 02:18 AM
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Just ordered one from Black Bear. Went to the chiropractor today as well and got twisted like a pretzel. Thank you for steering me to Black Bear.


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