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Thanks Pappy! I never did check RPM in the water since i couldnt keep it idled. I could give it a little throttle and keep it going but felt very rough. I did stick with Champion spark plugs. I tested spark with an inline tester and all was well. I was letting the motor warm up to run compression te...
First thing this Sunday morning, i ran the motor on muffs in the driveway for approximately 20 minutes and had zero issues at all. I ran it at different rpms in all gears and had no issues whatsoever. I immediately took it back to the lake, backed it in the water and she would not idle properly once...
So heres the deal.....Took it to the lake for the first time since winterizing Saturday and she wouldn't stay running long enough to get the boat off the trailer. Almost felt like it was missing. I winched it back up and parked it. Cranked the motor while out of the water (yes, i know) and it idled ...
the scary part is 4 boats passed by them and didnt even check on them. Tournament mode man lol Glad the boaters were safe though. Upon further reviewing the video and reading various arguments on what actually happened, i no longer feel it was a wipeout caused by faulty steering components but due ...
- 15 Jan 2017, 12:14
- Forum: Boat House
- Topic: Does anyone keep a log book for their boat?
- Replies: 5
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I do. I keep a logbook of every boat, vehicle, and trailer i own full of receipts and maintenance records. My electronics on the boat keep all my hotspots. My mind keeps very good track of equipment used lol
- 11 Jan 2017, 21:42
- Forum: Boat House
- Topic: A message to the "guests" that are often reading here...
- Replies: 19
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I was a "guest" for about 2 years before i ran across Daryns Bass Tracker rebuild. Most beautiful tin ive ever seen! Joining turned out to be a great investment of my time.
- 11 Jan 2017, 21:34
- Forum: Rods & Reels
- Topic: What's a good price point for a decent spinning rod/reel?
- Replies: 8
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I use all Pflueger Presidents on all my spinning tackle from UL to H. Their rods that come with the combos are junk in my opinion. I love my Berkeley Lightning Shock in 7ft H and MH. I use TeamDiawa V rods in 6'6" M and MH. I also have one paired up on my BP micro lite in 6'.
- 07 Jan 2017, 22:04
- Forum: Jon and V boat Conversions and Modifications
- Topic: Best 14ft Vboat conversion!
- Replies: 133
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This thread was already a head turner but now youre just upping the ante. That Orlando looks nice and wide! I know you can make that a great family fishing rig!
After looking at your picture again closely, it looks like your curve runs side to side. The Isolator bolts helped mine but my curve was running back to front so therefore my TM already sat even. Not too sure how much that actually help you. I would try shimming that outside edge before hacking the ...