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Several people have asked about the head storage mod. Below is a list of items and where they were purchased for this modification.
door hanging shoe rack came larger but cut to fit. You can get two out of one, but I wanted them identical. They were cheap. Less than $5.00 each.
Folding laundry bag.(used to store fenders) is spring loaded and works well. Fenders fit great with ease of removal. It comes with handles. I used one handle and attached it by removing one bolt from the bow divider screws located inside the compartment.
The clear compartments on the door can be located in the bath section on the above store ( I did, after the first trial place glue where the clear compartment mounts unto the clear suction cup) I also have one mounted on the side of the drivers helm.
The mat located on the head floor is a rear floor mat designed to catch water and dirt for cars. Found in any automotive department. (This is where I store my cooler).
I used PHILLIPS TRIM SMS 8x5/8 screws (found in the specially screws section)
Used Screw covers 1/4 white (also found in the specialty screws section)
note: If you can find these more in bulk or another store might want to check around. Believe it or not but the screws and covers were the most expensive cost.
6 ft shelf unit. (I cut to fit)
plastic end caps for shelf.
The wood you will be screwing into is 3/4 plywood. If you use 5/8 screws they should not go through the wood
I used muti-cable staples for the shelf brackets (MCS-20W) (located in the electrical department) Comes in a package of 20. Used 6. They are inexpensive. Just a few dollars.
Many of these mods can be done on other boats with some modification to locations and mountings.
Pictured above are a few ideas for their use.