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    Cayuga Lake
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  1. Ill take them if they are still available? Text me 6077441564 .
  2. Looking for boat services in Central Finger lakes region for bottom painting. Have a Grady White Gulfstream 23 that has an Abative paint currently on the bottom as used for Saltwater. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
  3. Eric, got your phone message today. MONDAY IS FINE, JUST CALL WHEN YO GET CLOSE. THANKS BILL
  4. Complete 10 inch Chartplotter and radar combo. Fully functioning coming off recently purchased Grady White. Unit is 2005 vintage. Replacing with new equipment. $ 500.00 OBO.
  5. Make sure that it does not align with the main rows of rivets coming from front to back of boat. I line mine up with a ruler to bottom of the boat. The leading edge should be about 1/4 inch below the bottom of the boat. and the angle should be ever so slightly ascending from front to back. I can read up to 40 plus mph on transducers for both the Furuno and Lowrance.
  6. Jay, I'm located in Apalachin, NY near Owego and Binghamton. Less than 70 hours on big motor.
  7. At this point not breaking apart. Anything that does not go with the boat will transfer to new rig. Thanks for asking.
  8. Same boat added back the equipment that I decided to leave on it. Sorry for the confusion. The price at 42500 was for boat big motor, small kicker, Minnkota and trailer. The 45000 includes the Axiom and the Raymarine autopilor, the fish cleaning table was thrown in as well. I can sell it without.
  9. The replacement decision is based on getting into a boat more suited for salt water fishing as my son has moved and settled in out on the cape. I have been looking for a Grady White Gulfstream for the past 2 years to do this and have found one. The cavitation problem was motor position and the pulling to port was a result of not getting the bow up out of the water enough which was a combination of motor position, not trimming up far enough. The dealer also made an adjustment to the motor that improved the overall performance increasing the wot rpm range to where it should be. All of the previous conditions have been resolved and the boat performs well. I still like the trim tabs to level the loads out occasionally. I had the troll Controll added to the big engine, this is absolutely the most precise trolling at 50 rpm increments. You can adjust your speed by tenths at the push of a button. The kicker motor is still nice for security on the big pond but the big engine is very efficient and easy to control. Hope this long winded answer suffices.