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imsnookyrd

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About imsnookyrd

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    flats rat

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    male
  • Bio
  • Occupation
    Retired/Lucent Tech.
  • Interests
    fishing, hunting
  • Location
    Steinhatchee, Fl.
  • Full Name
    Chuck Bracker
  1. Hit & Run

    Wow, I never knew that. Great information, I just bookmarked this. Thanks
  2. Adding Raw Water Washdown

    Same as Capt. DeWalt except I drilled a hole in the pocket and put in a 3/4 bronze tube with a screen I had laying around and installed a sea cock on the bronze tube. I can take pix later if wanted.
  3. Trailer brakes advice needed

    X2 on Kodiak. I even went so far as to add their stainless hubs. The Tie-Down brakes that came with my trailer were junk after 6 months.
  4. Cobia's questions on boats built prior to 2006 Model Year

    He did, look in the General Forum for it.
  5. Smith optics warranty

    Oh, well
  6. Smith optics warranty

    X2, Jason. That's why I just bought my first Maui Jim's.
  7. Nizpro Tune // 250 SHO

    Very well stated Simon, thanks.
  8. 2000 ma21 ignition switch

    Assuming you have a Yamaha then it would be a Yamaha switch. Check with SIM Yamaha on line they have parts break downs for all Yamaha motors.
  9. Seacock Replacement

    You should use either bronze or stainless. I don't know if you have a Home Depot or Lowe's handy but they are cheaper than a marine store, and yes they are 3/4".
  10. Hard Water Mineral Residue on Chart Plotter Screen

    I have used vinegar with great success on Lowrance equipment.
  11. Apalachicola, St George and St Vincent Islands

    Phantastic photos as usual Ron.
  12. Best Wire Gauge Size

    Just remember that if in doubt you can always go with larger gauge (lower numerically) but never smaller (higher numerically)
  13. LED Shark Eyes

    X2
  14. Best Yamaha 2 stroke oil?

    Amen, Mulligan
  15. Prop advice for 2001 22” Pathfinder

    I run a Yamaha 21M on my 2001 2200 with 200 HPDI so I would say you need to with a higher pitch.
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