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Old 12-25-2019, 12:22 AM   #1
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Default Outrigger base for hard top- looking for feedback

Moving my outriggers from gunwhales mount to the hard top. Looking at a few different bases. Hoping to get some real world feedback.

TACO Grand SLam series or TACO Pro GS series- both with full control from below the hard top to raise/lower, swing out and back.

GEMLUX Bluewater base or Coastal base

RUPP Top Gun

OR anything I have not mentioned?

Good/bad/ugly please. These things are not cheap so I want to get the right ones.

Thanks!
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Old 12-25-2019, 01:28 AM   #2
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If you got the coin to spend...Gemlux. I havent used them in action yet but Ive put my hands on them and they are STOUT.
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We’ve got taco mounts, have to extend the riggers and raise them while on the gunnel but they swing with the lever from under the top. Been going strong for 8 years now and I haven’t fallen off the side once while extending them...yet.
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