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My DIY H-bar for the Hobie PA 14
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My total cost for this build: $28

A special thanks goes out to John Sims for sharing his idea of converting a walker used by the elderly and converting it into a stand assist bar for his hobie outback. I have taken his concept and slightly modified it to work on my hobie pro angler 14.





John Sims 5 part build videos:
Part 1 – http://youtu.be/g4a1fBGaE90
Part 2 – http://youtu.be/HdkLVTP_4SQ
Part 3 – http://youtu.be/Ef7YhwsRejA
Part 4 – http://youtu.be/SiydaB2eAg0
Part 5 – http://youtu.be/Wae6UfNkvkg

Main Parts List:
1 ea., Walker – Your local Goodwill or https://www.walmart.com/ip/Drive-Medical-Deluxe-Two-Button-Folding-Walker/38451466

4 ea., Deck hinge – https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000Y85EO0

2 ea., Jaw Clamp – https://www.walmart.com/ip/Sea-Dog-Jaw-Slide-Tube-O.D.-7-8-with-3-16-Pin-Black/44554559

4 ea., External Tube Ends 3/4″ – https://www.walmart.com/ip/Sea-Dog-External-Eye-End-Tube-O.D.-3-4-with-1-4-Pin-Black/44554562

2 ea., Internal Tube Ends 7/8″ – https://www.walmart.com/ip/Sea-Dog-Internal-Eye-End-Tube-O.D.-7-8-with-1-4-Pin-Black/44554409

3d printed parts:
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2295859
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