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This is simple homemade portage yoke that is inexpensive and simple to construct. It works well with no slippage and is quick and easy to attach. When I ...
It slides onto the lip of the cockpit, trapping the lip between the yoke and the lipped spacer. It is then held in place with a bungii cord.
1 – ¾ in. plywood (6 in. X 21in.) for yoke 2 - hardwood blocks (3/4 X 1-1/4 X 8) for spacers 2 – ½ in. plywood blocks ...
The dimensions are approximate. You will want to customize the yoke to best fit your kayak. The thickness of the spacer will probably vary for your kayak, but ...
Next I glued the foam blocks to the plywood bases with contact cement and covered them entirely with vinyl fabric. The fabric was held in place with staples. ...
nce I was happy with the fit, I took everything apart and routed smooth the edges. After a little sanding I sealed all the wood with a 50/50 ...
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