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david Terry

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  1. 2005 20V -Rubrail replacement

    hello: Looking for a couple of projects and thought replacing the rub rail would be a good idea. Has anyone done this on a 2005 20v, how tough is it, where can I get a new rub rail? thanks a lot
  2. Console/GPS upgrade

    Hello My boat is a 2005 20'. looks like our consoles are similar. My wife just bought me the Garmin 94SV during the TG sales. Fits quite nicely and I'm pleased how it works. good luck.
  3. Running two finders/transducers??

    I just bought a garmin 94sv, well actually my wife bought it for me for Christmas. Anyway, the have an accessory where you can fit a 2nd transducer up front on the trolling motor. looks very cool, but its not cheap. You get a great view of what us in front of you.
  4. Annodes in brackish water

    OK, thanks a lot.
  5. Annodes in brackish water

    Hello: I'm going to replace the anodes on my F150. I fish mostly around the ICW in Charleston, would Zinc or aluminum be best or doesn't it really matter? thanks a lot
  6. SeaDek cost on Hewes 16 Lappy?

    Is that the snow camo? I just had my 20'V done with that. cheers
  7. Replacement hatch - 2005 20'V

    OK, thanks a lot gentlemen, will find a fiberglass man. cheers
  8. Replacement hatch - 2005 20'V

    Hello: I'm nit sure how this happened but my front starboard hatch has cracked/broken. Is it possible to get a replacement anywhere? thanks a lot
  9. 2005 20V - thru hull transducer

    Thanks a lot SCFD.
  10. Hello: i thought I had read that the above boat came from factory with a thru hull transducer, can anyone confirm if that is correct? If it is correct I would assume that the transducer is way out of date, but can i upgrade it to a modern transducer? i have my current transducer attached on the transom and would like to get rid of the wire going down the transom. thanks a lot
  11. Cheap and easy under leaning post tackle storage-update

    Got ya, in fact your q gave me the idea of putting a cooler underneath to use as a holder for the trays when im using. cheers
  12. Cheap and easy under leaning post tackle storage-update

    I have rod holders on the bar, and have mounted the boxes. My cooler is up front, I may get another cooler for under the seat but haven't needed an additional one yet.
  13. Cheap and easy under leaning post tackle storage-update

    I got them from boat outfitters. I used the 3700 plano tray holder and the 3740 waterproof tray. I had to check that the waterproof boxes fit in the trays as the hinges make them slightly larger. It turns out its even better as the fit is snug and the trays wont come out when on the move. There are different size trays for different size boxes so you can configure it in different ways. Cheers
  14. So, Ive seen some very cool tackle systems for under the leaning post, but they either seemed very expensive or beyond my limited DIY skills. I attached two plano tackle trays under the seat and bought two waterproof plano boxes. I'm going to see how it works out, I may attach another two holders below the two I just did. I also bought a piece of starboard about the width of the seat and 12" deep. I would like to figure out a way to mount that below the trays so it can slide out and i can use it as a tackle tray. Pretty pleased with how it turned out. Added a 94 q cooler under tackle trays. I can use this to rest the tackle boxes on when using, or, if i want to get clever i may attach a piece of starboard which can either slide out or hinge up from the cooler. new pic below cheers
  15. Fishing tackle storage under leaning post

    That looks great Joe! Thanks.