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Old 06-11-2021, 06:51 AM
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Default Adding Rig Rite Nets to Lund Impact?

I have a ‘16 Lund Impact 1775. I bought a couple of the Rig Rite #1210 52” length cargo nets. I’m assuming they make them for Lund or are somehow related due to the similarities.

My question is this, I have a 2012 Lund “option” drawing showing where and how these nets install, but was wondering if there are any differences in my 2016 I should be aware of? Is there an updated drawing for 2016+?

Has anyone installed these and have lessons learned? Does anyone have them factory installed on their boat that could snap some pictures?

I know this is a trivial project, but may as well ask before drilling even more holes.

This is the drawing I have:
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Old 06-11-2021, 08:29 AM
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I don't think they are boat specific. All you have to do is figure out exactly where you want to mount them, measure and mark where to drill the holes, drill the holes, attach the hooks, hang the nets and you're done. They're very simple to install. I put some on my Alaskan 2000 DC a few years ago and I really like them. I attached the only photo that I have of them that I can find but you'll have an idea of how they'll look in your Impact.
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Old 06-11-2021, 11:51 AM
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I installed those in my 2011 1775 Impact. Certainly not rocket science. For the upper mounts I used stainless steel self tapping screws into the underside of the sport track. Those nets are great catch-all's for miscellaneous stuff that you want close without digging into a compartment.

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Thank you both. I know it’s not hard and I am capable, just want it to turn out the best possible.
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not a lund but on my crestliner they are mounted like this, this picture was after we added lights under the gunnels
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Old 06-15-2021, 08:23 PM
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Default Adding Rig Rite Nets to Lund Impact?

Installed the nets tonight. The Rig Rite nets come with 8 x 1-1/4 oval head screws. Too long for underneath the Lund gunnel. 8 x 1 screws were perfect for under the gunnel. Used the 8 x 1-1/4 for the floor attachment points. On the side compartment, I used 8 x 32, 1-1/2 length SS oval head machine type screws to go through the side of the locker. The two ends are screwed to the floor.

If someone else is doing this, a 1/4 flexible bit driver and 1/8 drill bit works great for under the gunnel.

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They look good Mike.
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They look good Mike.

Thank you, and I appreciate your help.
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