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Fatty1017

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Churchville, NY
  • Interests
    Fishing, Hunting, Hockey, pretty much anything that gets me out of the house.
  • Home Port
    My Driveway
  • Boat Name
    Googan
  1. Wave forecast for Monday is 3-4', Waaaay too big for my little boat. I'm hoping for Wednesday.
  2. Rippin, Were you trying at Sandy? I was planning on Friday.
  3. I have never had this problem, but if I may jump in. I would suggest using a capacitor on these systems. Auto batteries are notoriously unstable in voltage. From what I have seen, most riggers are wired straight to the battery or an distribution block. Low voltage circuit boards really really do not like voltage flux. These riggers use a lot of power in a hurry. For example, I had a problem this winter with lights dimming when my plow was moving. I installed a capacitor and all better. I am installing a full farad capacitor this spring as a preventive measure. $89 is cheap insurance.
  4. Just remember to put anything you got for free as a multiplier at the end. Boat $30000+ Rigging $10000+ Lures $6000+ X- my buddy gave me a spinny=$0 invested Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  5. Tyler is a douche, but he puts in the time. More than any other boat. As a trust fund spoiled kid, he's actually working...and hard. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  6. How cool would it be to take the old Polaris straight to Toronto?!?!? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  7. That's awesome! Haven't been seeing many at all around Rochester. My dog is getting antsy
  8. I have someone coming to look at it tomorrow, I will let everyone know if it is still avail tomorrow.
  9. Used but in excellent condition, with rain cover for base and original packaging. Call/text 585-281-6616 Copied from internet: Humminbird Fishfinder 581i HD DI Down Imaging GPS Combo: Precision GPS technology and built-in UniMAP GPS chartplotting and trackplotting The Humminbird 581i DI Combo stores 2,500 waypoints, 50 routes, 50 tracks/20,000 points Down Imaging Sonar provides photo-like views of the bottom DualBeam Plus allows you to target both structure and fish The Humminbird Fishfinder GPS Combo features a quick disconnect mounting system Down imaging sonar returns a photo-like image below the boat Backlit for night time use The Humminbird Fishfinder GPS Combo has a waterproof construction Temperature sensor 2-1/2" target separation 5" 640V x 320H 16-level grayscale display Internal GPS receiver Single, full-size SD card slot Down Imaging 455/800 kHz, 75-degree/45-degree beam with 350' depth capability DualBeam Plus 200/455 kHz, 28-degree/16-degree beam and 600' depth capability 2400W peak-to-peak power
  10. To test the inverter is pretty easy. First verify you have 12vdc coming in to the a unit, then verify you have a good ground (ohms from the negative terminal on inverter to a solid ground should be less than 1ohm). Then look inside, there could be an internal fuse. If you have power in, and no 120v out, time to replace.
  11. Does anyone have an exhaust manifold for a mercruiser 260 (5.7liter V8) with center riser? Someone's gotta have one!?!? Mike 585-281-6616
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