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  1. #11
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    Here's a link to an thread that has a pic. Mine didn't have the threaded holes so I had to drill and tap the bracket that is attached to the boat. I used 1 SS set screw per bracket. This was after I had the platform bracket holes welded and the re-drilled them with the platform in place so everything fit tight. Been rattle free for 10 years now.
    2005 Mobius LSV
    325 EFI

  2. #12
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    2005 Mobius LSV
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    My swim platform bracket receivers look a little different and I see no room to add a set screw. I think I’lll try drilling and taping the back of the swim platform bracket and installing a button head screw to take up the slack. I have to remove the platform to get the boat in the garage so I need something simple.

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  4. #14
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    Got a look at my boat today and found I drilled and tapped the platform brackets, not the boat brackets.


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  5. #15
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    I used 1/4-20 SS set screws. Just snug them up against the boat brackets to take out any play and rattle. Use blue locktite to keep them in place and tight. Been working great for 10 seasons.
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    325 EFI

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    Quote Originally Posted by VA LSV View Post
    I used 1/4-20 SS set screws. Just snug them up against the boat brackets to take out any play and rattle. Use blue locktite to keep them in place and tight. Been working great for 10 seasons.
    Thanks for the pic. I think I’m going to make mine like that too. Seems easy enough to do.

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