I was tagged on my Facebook page with a new way to look at this kayak invention; I have seen tank wheelchairs that go everywhere. Well, I would like to extend my offer to my fellow veterans who I served with a chance to be able to kayak with your families again. Big boats are excellent, but it is not the same. You should not be limited to your surrounding when you are injured in any way, prior service or civilian.
If you are a veteran with disabilities and would like to enjoy kayaking with your family again, or if you know of one, please contact me and I will try my best to help out in building a system that will work for your choice kayak.
the invention that inspired me to make to a disability is the tank track wheelchair.
Thank you for reading this, and I am willing to help you on your way to recovery.
I did not give measurements because all kayaks are not alike! I hope you enjoyed and created one yourself. Post your pictures and go fishing.
This is my first instructable, and this is an old project that I did last year. I will help you out with what I can. Thanks for stopping in.
WIRE THAT MATCHES ALL WIRES ON YOUR CHOICE OF TROLLING MOTOR
WIRE COVER TO KEEP YOUR WIRES TOGETHER
ELECTRIC TAPE TO TAPE UP YOUR WIRES AND prevent them from BECOMING ALL KNOTTED UP
TROLLING MOTOR THAT YOU ARE WILLING TO HACK UP
A BUILT THAT IS THE SAME LENGTH AND DIAMETER AS YOUR RUDDER SHAFT
wire snips crimps
radio (Hill Stomp is on my Pandora)
gloves to protect the only set of hands
eye protection because closing your eyes does not sound fun to me.
so please please be safe.