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Old 03-15-2009, 07:15 PM   #1
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Old 03-15-2009, 07:29 PM   #2
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drag strip?

temporary:

1. Industrial strength velcro on the killswitch and a key chain tether

2. small screw drilled into the killswitch


Permanent:

1. Buy one online

2. put a cockpit switch inline and use a boat kill hook assembly for the trigger($15---walmart)

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for?

drag strip?

temporary:

1. Industrial strength velcro on the killswitch and a key chain tether

2. small screw drilled into the killswitch


Permanent:

1. Buy one online

2. put a cockpit switch inline and use a boat kill hook assembly for the trigger($15---walmart)

DSCI0046
2. small screw drilled into the killswitch

I just put the velcro on the kill switch, works great. No need to drill screw.
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