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Offline Stealth914

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« on: June 11, 2015, 18:42 »
I saw a bloke put a picture on a FB page about a Tesoro 11" skid plate a full solid white one that apparently fits straight onto the std CTX 3030 coil.
Does anyone actually know if there is such a skid plate ? Brisbane distributor was nice & replied but he didn't know so could help out.
Cheers n let us know if you know Tony
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Re: tesoro owners
« Reply #1 on: June 11, 2015, 20:03 »
is the 3030 round as tesoro dont make a round coil in 11 inch if you go to the tesoro site they list the coils maybe one of their new coils maybe
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Re: tesoro owners
« Reply #2 on: June 11, 2015, 22:11 »
Tesoro have an 11'' (solid) widescan coil, which (I assume) has an 11 inch skid plate...I guess that is the one you are referring to....why would you want to put a solid cover over a "webbed" coil???..unless you are swinging in the jungle?
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Re: tesoro owners
« Reply #3 on: June 13, 2015, 15:11 »
Tesoro have an 11'' (solid) widescan coil, which (I assume) has an 11 inch skid plate...I guess that is the one you are referring to....why would you want to put a solid cover over a "webbed" coil???..unless you are swinging in the jungle?
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Bingo yup sick of getting the web's caught on little sticks n stumps. Jungle it's very very close at times having to push threw past vines etc. Haven't caught up with George of the jungle yet but he probably swinging around somewhere.
 Thanks I'll look into that widescan skid plate & see what I come up with.
Cheers Tony
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