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A couple weeks back I saw a guy out at selfridge drive by me in a aluminum boat with a gear on the back of his boat powering it down the ice. That was really neat! Does anyone know what that thing is called? I might try to get one. Thanks
 

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QUOTE(luvfishin @ Feb 16 2010, 09:54 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>A couple weeks back I saw a guy out at selfridge drive by me in a aluminum boat with a gear on the back of his boat powering it down the ice. That was really neat! Does anyone know what that thing is called? I might try to get one. Thanks

i think ita a chipper not sure though
i seen one for sale on m29 in new baltimore for sale months ago
 

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I forgot what it was called but I also looked at the one on m-29 for sale. I know they are super rare though.
 

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QUOTE(luvfishin @ Feb 16 2010, 09:54 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>A couple weeks back I saw a guy out at selfridge drive by me in a aluminum boat with a gear on the back of his boat powering it down the ice. That was really neat! Does anyone know what that thing is called? I might try to get one. Thanks


click on the link below

http://jan.ucc.nau.edu/~cvm/fishing/bizarr.../ice-boat-1.jpg
 

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Must be H&ll casting from it


No that is cool
 

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QUOTE(luvfishin @ Feb 16 2010, 09:54 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>A couple weeks back I saw a guy out at selfridge drive by me in a aluminum boat with a gear on the back of his boat powering it down the ice. That was really neat! Does anyone know what that thing is called? I might try to get one. Thanks


dont know what its called but years ago there was a guy had one rigged up with a briggs straton motor with a buzz saw blade that he would lower down to power a flat bottom boat.
 
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