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  1. I use windshield caulking/urethane. works amazing! semi permanent. USE GLOVES! and fraction of the price from 5200
  2. https://thmarinesupplies.com/products/ez-pump-advanced-water-pick-up-system?fbclid=IwAR1DwpONc7rs85naetbuvHqHEusvai_WDpfEDDyPABNUT3yZwYJzGi4pphA Found what i was looking for!
  3. @Frogger I think you forgot the pic or attachment? lol
  4. Okay so I have an interesting predicament. I have my live well and wash down pickup at the back of the boat as normal. But while I’m putting around any faster than an idle. Especially on plane. It won’t pickup water. For obvious reasons. Is there something I can do/build so it can pickup water while I’m driving? Thinking a cup of some sort so water will be scooped as I drive. Regardless of speed
  5. I also bought one. installing it soon. I think its this one https://www.amazon.ca/Jabsco-Hotshot-Automatic-Washdown-Pump/dp/B00MYSSHSS/ref=sr_1_12?dchild=1&keywords=washdown+pump&qid=1614949634&sr=8-12 But i was sure to buy one with a pressure switch. That way when i'm on the water all i do is turn it on. When i squeeze the handle i get water. Close it, the pump shuts off (just like at home) a lot of them do not have that feature and stay on wether your using it or not, which i cant see being good for the pump. And it'd be a pain to turn it on and off every time you want to use it. Now a question. What hose does everyone use? i wanted to use a mini auto retrieve reel but havent found one yet. Dont want hose laying all around as i'm limited in space.
  6. SeaNymph oem livewells X2. Best offer takes them or trade
  7. Oem factory SeaNymph GLS 195 chairs. One tear in one seat. Other one is still good. With post and base, one base is broken but still works. Best offer or trade.
  8. Another for Seanymph GLS195! repower and your way under budget. get a 1993 or newer. fully aluminum. never worry about rot!
  9. EPISODE #5 1 STEP FORWARD 2 STEPS BACK https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LCf2KC7Q1J0
  10. Where did you find this prop selector?
  11. EPISODE #3! Going to be a few weeks for the next video.
  12. AH! and cost of trolling motor. So in reality $1500. Which makes a lot more sense. Sorry didnt mean to call you out. I just couldnt fathom spending $10,000 in just parts to rebuild the physical boat itself
  13. @DavidA Where did you put $10,000 into that boat? or was that including the price of the vessel.
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