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Re: Lowrance Elite 5 HDI question(s)
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On my Elite 5 you choose "Return to Vessel" from the chart settings to have the map scroll.

Posted on: Today 14:32:03
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Re: Guide question
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I don't think it is a right or wrong question.
When booking the trip I'd ask the guide his policy, if he said no GPS and I wanted to mark waypoints I'd call guides until I found one that was OK with it.
Hiding a GPS in my tackle box or pretending to text someone on my phone would make me feel like 3rd grader copying off a smarter kids test.

Posted on: 6/5 17:03:32
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Re: Guide question
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Ask the guide.
Some are OK with it others are not.

Posted on: 6/3 12:37:39
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Re: What trolling motor should I get??
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Since you're using Lowrance graphs I would recommend the Motorguide xi5.

Posted on: 5/19 14:22:12
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Re: Timken bearings.
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chris63 wrote:
moogs???never heard of those.c63


I deliver part time for a parts store. We don't sell Moog bearings and races but we do carry their bearing/hub assemblies, control arms, ball joints, and tie rod ends. They are top of the line in hub assemblies and steering/chassis/suspension components. If I had a choice between Timken, National or Moog bearings I would pay the premium for Moog.

Posted on: 5/8 9:26:04
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Re: Electric winch questions
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Posted on: 4/9 6:45:31
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Re: License Number Decals
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I've used Lettertech for 2 boats and a local sign shop for my present boat. Both worked well. I preferred the local shop because I could see the actual color & font. Both mounted the numbers & letters on a piece of tape with the proper spacing, and it made it easier to put them on straight.

Posted on: 3/31 16:37:33
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Re: On Board Charger Question!
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highlife4me wrote:
For my boat Iinstalled a 2 bank 10 amp charger for my trolling motor batteries and a seperate single bank 10 amp charger for my starting battery. It was actually cheaper to buy the seperate chargers than a 3 bank charger at the time. I have them wired together so I only need to plug in one cord near the bow.


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My trolling batteries are connected to a 10 amp per bank 2 bank charger and the starting battery has a 6 amp single bank charger. A 12ga extension cord runs through the storage area under the gunnel from the starting battery to where the trolling batteries are so it's easy to plug them both into one cord.

Posted on: 3/30 20:18:48
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Re: Filling Holes
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3M Marine 5200

Posted on: 3/29 19:17:07
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Re: Charging boat batteries with generator
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Do you use a battery charger plugged into the generator or charge directly from the 12v plug on the generator?

Posted on: 3/26 7:36:09
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