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Seadog25

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  1. 1996 2090 Maritime center console w/ 1996 112 Johnson SPL 2 stroke. Leaning post w/ storage, 5 rod holders, removable back rest & cooler. Bow casting platform w/ underneath storage. Aft bench seat w/ rod holders. Swim platform w/ ladder. 19 gal fuel tank w/ inline filter & water separator & additional aux 5 gallon fuel tank. Hummingbird 3D fish finder w/ speed log, Standard Horizon Eclipse VHF, Ritchie Compass. Nav lights, 3 vertical rod holders on each side of console, horizontal rod holder on stbd side for fly rods, anchor w/ 100' line, fenders, 6 type 2 pfds, fire extinguisher, extra cooler seat w/ flip backrest (not in boat), engine owners manual & service manual, storage tarp w/ supports & tie-downs. 1996 EZ Loader trailer w/ renewed rollers, wheel bearings, wiring, & rear lights. $12,000 obro. Located in Dennis, MA (Cape Cod near Sesuit Harbor & Bass River) PM for info.

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  2. I worked on a fishing boat when I was younger. To keep the boat from rolling to much when drift fishing we would put out the outriggers like Testbait described. Off these would be suspended light 2x3' aluminum plates w/ a bunch of 1 inch holes drilled in them hung down under the water several feet. (boss called it putting out the birds) The outriggers got the plates away from the boat so they had more leverage controlling the roll. (our outriggers were fairly heavy duty) My boss got the idea from watching bigger trawlers running with their trawl net outriggers out when not fishing.

  3. Thanks fishinsurfer, I'm very interested to hear how they work for you and how much was involved to install them. I like the fact that there isn't a big plate sticking out behind the boat. I dug around on the internet last night after I posted this and there is some info on them but nothing I've found saying how well they work, durability, maintenance issues and so on.

  4. JohnP, Lurejunky99 thanks for the response. I'll have to say I don't know about ring free being used. I just bought this boat with this engine the other day and I knew it had a bad cylinder (this will be my winter project). In talking w/ the owner prior to purchase he said the injector on that particular cylinder stopped mixing oil. He did use stabil in the gas. I don't know much about Yamaha's and hpdi and was wondering if it will be worth the price of fixing this only to have more problems down the road (out to sea...yikes).

     

    I've had great performance w/ my carbed Johnson 112 on my 20 Maritime that I'm selling, and that had ethanol problems when I purchased it. But I got it running and religiously stabiled the gas, I also ran the hell out of that boat so the gas was always fresh.

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