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Headhunter

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About Headhunter

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    Pathfinder and Maverick owner
  • Birthday 03/16/1948

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  • Homepage
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  • Location
    Ormond Beach FL
  • Full Name
    Capt. Chuck Gleichmann

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  1. Headhunter

    250 Sho overheat question

    Good deal!
  2. Headhunter

    250 Sho overheat question

    30 off is a long way to row my friend. Stats are cheap
  3. Headhunter

    250 Sho overheat question

    I change my stats when I do the pump, every time.
  4. Headhunter

    250 Sho overheat question

    Thermoststs
  5. Headhunter

    Shallow Water Anchor

    I have a stick it and a power pole on both the maverick and pathfinder. I use the stick it as a second power pole when I need to. Works for me
  6. Headhunter

    Best EPIRB?

    ACR here too!
  7. Headhunter

    2015 Yamaha VMAX SHO 200

    I had a new power head installed on mine at 16 hours. Valve issue. Bullet proof ever since. Check the tilt tube and make sure it pivots.
  8. Headhunter

    HPX-S

    Sure. It's on page 2 of Boats for Sale on this forum or you can call me 386-441-8411 Chuck
  9. Headhunter

    PF22TE Gunnel caulking and rod rack elastic looops

    Thanks. I also sprayed some mold armor down the seams just to make sure the mold wouldn't come back.
  10. Headhunter

    HPX-S

    I've got an S for sale if you are interested
  11. Headhunter

    PF22TE Gunnel caulking and rod rack elastic looops

    Finally got to the caulking. Thanks all for the tips and I'll walk you through what I did. Removed all the old caulking with the plastic caulk removal tools (from amazon), goof off caulk remover from Starbrite (worked great softening the last little pieces of caulk) and the putty knife. I tried using the grout/caulk scraper with little luck. Taped off the gunnels with painters tape, rolled it with a wallpaper roller and tried to use as little caulk as possible in the joints because we actually like the look with no caulk. The profile looked just like the hatches and everything blended. Based on comments above I went with Silicone caulk. A whole new world Much tougher stuff to work with compared to latex caulk. Screwed up one side because it set up really fast and I couldn't smooth it out. Then I watch some you tube and learned denatured alcohol cuts it and cleans it up. As you can see the results using the yellow tool in the pictures fore front of the picture dipped into the denatured alcohol did the trick. I also used a rag dipped in alcohol in a couple of wider spots. Glad I did it and I don't think I will have a mold issue again.
  12. Headhunter

    HPX15

    Had one for a couple of years and live in Ormond Beach. Call me 386-441-8411, Chuck
  13. Headhunter

    2015 17HPXS

    I measured the trailer for another guy. From where the tongue breaks to the very end of the trailer (at the tie down ratchet) is 18 ft but the engine sets back a little further. I don't think 19 ft is doable.
  14. Headhunter

    All TRS Owners, a Little Survey For You

    Ron, I didn't even consider a TRS because of that. I had a friend Old guy like me) twist his ankle big time when the ball popped out of the socket. Love my 22 Tournament.
  15. Headhunter

    2015 17HPXS

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