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Re: HDS7 and Minkota terrova???
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Change your ducer setting to 83hz.

Posted on: 5/17 13:38:51
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Re: jet boat motors
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They're not for weeded areas, similar to jet skis. Personally a surface drive mud motor would be a better fit for small hp.

Posted on: 4/3 12:27:03
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Re: Big and little forks status?
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I was up there sunday and they were locked as tight as can be. It'll be a week yet pending on weather. But I'd say you're safe for now!

Posted on: 4/3 12:25:37
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Re: Trolling Motor Advice Please
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Add another battery to the boat and parallel connect the batteries with heavy cable. I did this on a previous boat I owned that had a 12v powerdrive and it worked fine. If you upgrade trollers, look for a used terrova with I pilot. You wont regret it!

Posted on: 4/1 8:59:44
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Re: Boat Advice on Aluminum for those windy days
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You'll appreciate the difference a foot will make in the waves! Take a hard look at a Crestliner 1850 Fishhawk with the walkthru windshield. The new design this year made them a little wider and the windshield taller with a max hp of 200 (54mph on gps). Personally I've always preferred to run Crestliners as they're welded, no rivets to loosen and leak. Plus they are build side by side with lund so all materials are exactly the same!

Posted on: 2/14 12:22:39
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Re: DIY Auger for cordless drills
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Clam Drill Plate! No chance of losing your auger bit with that!

Posted on: 2018/10/26 11:44
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Re: Roofing Contractor
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Sent you a PM

Posted on: 2018/4/30 9:34
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Re: Ole' 2-stroke vs. 4-stroke quesion
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Keep in mind how many Opti's for sale have "new powerheads". It's not from the amount of hours on them, they just had some flaws with precision point oiling. Same issues with the mid 00's Etecs. Personally I have run all four strokes for the last 6 years on my different boats and would never go back.

Posted on: 2018/4/11 14:13
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Re: Crestliner Trim Problem
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Do you have the bow trim switch on that model as well? The throttle switch has nothing to do with it being a crestliner as the controls are made by merc. I'm thinking you have a wiring issue inside the control box but you will have to check for power at the trim leads when not in gear as well. Its going to take some trouble shooting for sure!

Posted on: 2018/2/28 15:24
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Re: New starting battery: POLL
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Interstate or Optima Blue Top 27 series. I currently have an Optima in my boat to start my F150, DF9.9, run 3 graphs plus all others accessories and it's been great! Fish all day on tourney trails and haven't had an issue. My last boat had Interstates for 3 seasons and sold them with the boat. Worked just fine as well.

Posted on: 2018/2/23 16:06
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