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|PostSun Dec 06, 2015 12:31 pm Finally got my dream boat 2870 WA
I bought a new to me 1999 2870 that I have wanted for a long time. I am now in the process of fixing all the things that it's original owner let go over time I am going to replace all the electronics I am going to try the ray marine stuff.i am sure I will look to this forum for help
|PostWed Apr 27, 2016 10:43 pm Hello I'm new to the Group.
Hello Everyone, my name is Matt and I'm new to the Group... I purchased a 1986 2500 center console. I am completely overhauling / restoring the boat. Had anyone done one of these or anyone on here restored a boat before? Would love to see some pictures . I'll be starting a new thread soon so everyon...
|PostMon Nov 01, 2010 2:44 pm Please Read Before Posting
This area is for general introductions. Please take a moment to say hi, tell us what kind of boat you have (or want) and where you do your boating. If you have a question, please post in those comments/questions in a new thread in the appropriate form.</p> I hope you like it! And don't forget to spr...
|PostSun Feb 11, 2018 11:39 am FLIR M232
Picked up the mast Saturday from the powder coater. It looks great, glad I went that way instead of painting it myself. Now I will fit all the gear to it and wait for spring.
|PostMon Apr 09, 2018 3:33 pm Well, I fish so the wet bar is gone
And now is a tackle station
Made from 1/2' starboard with 1/4' inserts.
Still have the complete sink to re install, if and when the time comes.