-- Last Updated: May-08-13 11:04 AM EST --
I own a Dagger Crossover and the skeg was held on by
a very simple WingNut that you tightened a few turns.
It was encased in some plastic to make it look nice
- but it was still a simple wingnut none the less.
It was a pain in the tush when you approached shallow
areas since it couldn't be removed from the cockpit.
As I became a better paddler, I eventually tossed the skeg
I also swapped the horseshoe shaped thigh braces
for the more aggressive version, more padding.
The plastic foot pegs got swapped out for aluminum
The back band was replaced with a Bomber Gear product
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