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  1. well, i found the shakespeare qc (quickconnect) antennas, but all they had for a mount is a ratchet, which i don't want. i found a shakespeare qc flange style mount on ebay so i ordered one up, and a 4 ft. qc antenna. i got the antenna already, but the mount is coming from england i think, so i'm still waiting on that. fingers crossed.
  2. kind of a far away shot, but this is current.
  3. hey guys. hoping somebody can provide some insight here. i had some radio problems last year where my buddies couldn't hear me even if they were only a couple hundred yards away. i suspect my antenna cable has been damaged by screwing it on and off every spring and fall. i do this so i can wrap the boat for winter, and i can't have the antenna sticking up. but i think that doing this so many times has likely broken the center conductor within the cable causing my problem. my antenna is mounted up on the roof of my hardtop with a flange type mount. the flange mount is basically a short section of tubing bolted to the top/roof. the antenna cable goes down inside the tubing, through the hardtop and into the overhead electronics box where the radio is installed. i've been searching for an antenna that i can disconnect from the mount without the cable being attached to avoid the twisting. some type of quick disconnect system. i found that shakespeare makes a quickconnect antenna that would work perfectly, exactly the design i need, but they only seem to offer ratchet mounts for it, which i don't want. i don't want to drill 4 more holes in my hardtop to install a ratchet mount, and then have to route the antenna cable some other way into the electronics box. i want to utilize my existing flange mount so, a: i don't have to drill more holes. and, b: simple cable routing directly into the electronics box. is anyone aware of another brand or manufacturer that makes something like that? here's an old pic of my rooftop. right now, my vhf antenna is on the flange with the gray cap on it and the lowrance gps antenna is long gone, my am/fm antenna is on there now. but my vhf radio is in the box directly under the antenna, cable goes down through the tube and right into the box.
  4. Used Sno-Way mount for Series 22 plow, part # 99100746. Will fit 2005-2017 TOYOTA TACOMA 4x4. Located in Laconia NH. $300
  5. i'm not sure really. i happened to notice that they also sell adapters for different masks so I assumed those were needed after the fact, or in addition to the machine itself.
  6. I have 4 SoClean 2 cpap cleaning machines, all brand new in the box. Just the machines, no adapters for the cpap masks. The adapters run about $20 I think. Pricing on these average about $350. I'll sell these for $260 each. I'm in NH, but can ship them if need be for a few bucks. I can accept Paypal for electronic payment, or cash in person of course. Here's the link to the SoClean website for a description of the machine. https://www.soclean.com/product/soclean-2
  7. i did the lower unit oil and engine oil/filter in the kicker as well. i know what you mean by fingers crossed though, it's just one of those wait and see kind of things. i wish i had a nice big heated barn!
  8. had a buddy of mine who is a mercury certified marine tech (tech at a local marina) come over to help winterize my 5.0 mercruiser. he did option 3. used about a jug and a half of antifreeze. then we did the lower unit gear oil. he pinched off the hose from the reservoir so all the fluid in it stayed there, then drained and filled the lower unit. i'm new to the world of i/o's so this was a learning experience for me. next year i'll do it myself, easy.
  9. i assume you're referring to a throttle controller. call joel at itroll. he may not have your specific motor listed on the website, but he would know if another fit kit would fit it. super nice guy, and the itroll is the best unit out there.
  10. at today's exchange rate, his price is $456.38 us dollars.
  11. i've had a shelter logic for years. been through 3 replacement covers. the sun does the most damage, they rot and become very brittle. this last time, i had the guy who shrink wraps my boat shrink wrap it. been 2 years now and still in great shape. way tougher than the stock coverings. when this fails, i'll try to find some used metal roofing to cover it with.
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