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About ncdrew

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  1. Looking to buy

    Not mine but just listed. http://www.boattrader.com/listing/2016-pathfinder-2200-trs-103291277/?refSource=standard listing
  2. Purty ride! That won’t last long. Hope to get mine that clean one day. What Powertech are you running to see those numbers? thanks!
  3. Console rod holders

  4. Console rod holders

    Anyone know where I can find these console rod holders for my 05 TE. Searches coming up empty. Would like to replace my original white ones. Thanks!
  5. Anyone have a glove box from a Pathfinder they are not using and be willing to sell? Boat outfitters is out of stock unless I go smaller. Thanks Drew
  6. Transducer ID

  7. Transducer ID

    It's 2005 Pathfinder. I don't know how anyone could get down there to install it after the build. At least the bilge pump you can see!
  8. Transducer ID

    Can anyone ID this transducer? A clean bilge would help, that's next. It's running a Garmin 320c that was installed when boat was new. Wondering if it can still be used before I get a new machine. Thinking about going Simrad though.
  9. Prop Trade

    I've got the yamaha prop I took off my 150 you can try. Couldn't use the jack plate with my setup without blowing out. I think its a 19 but Ill look in the morning. I'd like to run that pt one day if possible. Fred, are you running the 19 on a pathfinder?
  10. 2005 Pathfinder 2200V Tournament Edition - Sold

    Sweet rig! will the 19 3 blade get on plane with jackplate all the way up?
  11. Sweet! Do you have a pic of your battery tray?
  12. A little fun on Saturday

  13. Differences in 18' models

    Running surface is similar. 1806 is rolled gunnel, smaller console, no built in rear deck, rated for less hp than the 1810. 1810 layout is similar to the 19' you see around. It has some cushioned seating with storage up front, bigger console, rear deck. I think the 1810 has floor drains while the 1806 just has plugs in the back.
  14. Slam by 7, at work by 8