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Arima Boats & Equipment for Sale or Trade / Re: 19’ Sea Ranger
« Last post by Fishgriller on Yesterday at 10:06:10 PM »
I second that.  The recall and warranty repair bankrupted the company, which led to BRP ownership.  I would look at this listing as a hull in need of a repower and a trailer.
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Open Forum / Re: Red 22 still out in the cold
« Last post by Croaker Stroker on Yesterday at 09:59:39 PM »

Looks good now.   :party:
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Arima Boats & Equipment for Sale or Trade / Re: 19’ Sea Ranger
« Last post by Hydroman on Yesterday at 09:45:00 PM »
The FITCH engine would be a deal breaker for me. They were only around for a couple of years and known to be problematic.

Jim
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Open Forum / Re: Red 22 still out in the cold
« Last post by StreamFixer on Yesterday at 09:30:48 PM »
Looks just like you planned something like that Tony..  Glad it went smoothly..  Lots of angst..  but it all worked out..   :clap:

StreamFixer
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Open Forum / Re: Red 22 still out in the cold
« Last post by Hydroman on Yesterday at 07:29:37 PM »
Glad it worked out for you, bet RED 22 is a happy camper.

Jim
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Tips & Tricks / Re: Permanent glue performance
« Last post by JDB on Yesterday at 07:04:12 PM »
That Project Farm guy is great.  Plastic, wood, metal, oil, honey, ATFluid, whatever you can think of to put on, in or feed an engine and determine how spectacular the failure will be.  I do enjoy destructive testing.
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Electronics and Electrical / Re: Replace nav light
« Last post by Chief of the Boat on Yesterday at 07:03:28 PM »
Neild,
Great advice!!  Chasin are you upgrading to a LED?  This the one I used: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Attwood-2-NM-LED-Bi-Color-Light-Stainless-Steel/14150771
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Open Forum / Re: Red 22 still out in the cold
« Last post by Red 22 on Yesterday at 07:03:14 PM »
Monday garage door company dismantled the ceiling rails, removed the opener and took down the top panel while electricians moved the conduit out of the way. Tuesday framers remover sheet rock, reframed header from the inside. No temporary supports needed.  Wednesday  sheet rockers put in new drywall, taped and textured.  Thursday garage was reinstalled with 2 - 21" panels (turns out there was already a 21" panel in the door) making it a 14' door. The old door was 12'2" with an opening of  12'. Friday the contractor came back and cut out the old header. Next week the siding people will redo the finish work, the painters will follow when dry. Today Red is inside :applause: :smile1:
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Open Forum / Re: RTIC vs Yeti
« Last post by First Cabin on Yesterday at 06:38:37 PM »
https://www.kongcoolers.com

These are made just a few miles from me.  Thinking I will buy one for the boat someday.  I've decided that I leave the cooler in the boat 90% of the time so the weight isn't as critical as I thought.  Upside is that the heavy coolers are super stable as a seat.

Anyone have experience with Kong?  They look pretty good.  And good to support local, right?
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