GoPro Hero 4 Microphone Mount

I’m very happy with the new 3d design of a microphone mount that I created which goes onto a Suptig Rechargeable Waterproof housing for my GoPro Hero 4 Silver. This setup will also utilize the Wasabi Power Extended Battery pack and case cover. I can’t wait to test it out soon!


My Modified Harbor Freight Tire Changer

What can I say… I love making and modifying tools. In this video I share my recent modification to a popular manual tire changer that I purchased from Harbor Freight Tools. Owning three trailers and multiple vehicles I found a need to go back to changing my own tires like I’ve always have done in the past but this time making the job much easier with the help of my DIY tire mounting assist tool. Ultimately this was a fun learning experience and cheap project that is now part of my tool arsenal that can be easily stored away and readily available for me to use with the help of most vehicles that utilizes a normal height 2 inch hitch receiver.

Go Slayer Go! 1st Outboard Motor Test

I finally was able to get the kayak registered to begin testing the outboard motor mounts that I made for my Native Slayer Propel 10 kayak. In this video I am testing the DIY side mount which will be used in conjunction with Hobie Sidekick floats to help add stability to the kayak due to the offset weight of the motor. Aside from checking for stability I will be also looking at what speeds are attainable with the Suzuki 2.5 when pushing the hull design of the Slayer kayak.

New Hawg Trough Clip Design

I came up with a new Hawg Trough storage clip design for my Slayers motor mount yesterday which I think is going to work out great. I printed it out this morning and from what I can see so far is that it does not interfere with the rear crate or the rod holders and I should still have easy access to it when needed. A small bungee will keep it in place when transporting the kayak.

I Put an Outboard on my Native Slayer Propel 10 Kayak 😊👍

Since I love to tinker and make things whenever possible I decided to take on this little project just for the fun of it and see what I could come up with. The main criteria for this motor mount project was that it had to be relatively low cost to make and easy to mount using readily available materials but still do the job that it was intended to do. For the most part I believe I have met that criteria. If anyone is looking to build a motor mount for their own personal kayak then hopefully this video will give you a couple of super cheap alternative choices on how to proceed to get you started! A second “on the water” video using these mounts are currently in the works and will be made available soon.

Hobie X-BAR Extrusion Support Kit


For a limited time a Hobie Xbar Extrusion Support Kit will be made available for public purchase for those interested in duplicating the modification I made of adding a Hobie Adventure Island Outrigger (called an ama) to a Hobie Pro Angler 14.

Contact me using the form below and specify that you may be interested in purchasing a Hobie Xbar Extrusion Support Kit for details.