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  1. I still have the Jet. I'll either sell it outright, or trade it on a Parker.
  2. No trees around me.
  3. As stated, I'm not averse to selling the boat and motor, I'm just not sure what the best/safest way is to complete the transaction with a private buyer. Any advice would be appreciated.
  4. Approximately 1 month after I purchased the boat/motor combination, my wife and I decided to purchase a house near the beach. Plans changed, life happened like it always does.
  5. I own wrenches, yes. I don't have a way to lift the motor off the boat.
  6. Yes, I would certainly be limited to taking it out on calm days. I'd be open to trading the boat and motor in on a more suitable boat for fishing in the Bays around my house, but that would open another problem of probably not being able to find a boat I'd be interested in trading up for since there's not much out there in re: to new boats right now.
  7. The boat and motor in question is in Milford, De. I'm not sure how much, if any, use a jet would be there. I don't have the means to take the OB off the boat and mess around trying to sell it privately. For me, I'm thinking it would be more worthwhile to let the dealer deal with it. I've not doubt I'll lose some money on it, since the dealer would then have to either try and resell it there or ship it somewhere else to be resold.
  8. I have a 2019 Hog Island 16' Skiff with a 2019 Tohatsu 60/40 Jet OB on it currently. I'm thinking of trading in the Tohatsu jet for a Yamaha 40 HP propped OB better suited for salt water use. The Tohatsu Jet has seen very little use beyond it's break-in period (and has never been used in salt-water) and is in like-new shape. My question is, would I be better off trading the Tohatsu in at a dealership for the Yamaha, or should I try and sell it separately then just buy the Yamaha from the dealership outright?
  9. I'm a fan of Glacier gloves. https://glacierglove.com/
  10. Thank you all for your advice, it's much appreciated.
  11. I may be heading to Riverhead in the spring for work and am looking for any help/advice on local accommodations for a few months. I've checked Craigslist and Apartmentsdotcom but haven't found many decently priced places to stay. I'd prefer an RV-friendly campground with water, sewer and electric if possible, but an apartment would be fine also. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
  12. https://www.thenorthface.com/shop/mens-jackets-vests/mens-venture-2-jacket—tall-nf0a2ve9?variationId=CX6 I'm 6' 6", 280 lbs. My wife bought a North Face rain jacket years ago that fits me well. I'm not sure if they're still making my particular jacket, but you might try the tall version of the link above.
  13. I just installed a timer delay on my 2001's e-fan a couple of weeks ago. It seems to be working for me as well. You will have to use the new timer relay though as I don't believe they're making the one he uses in this video. This is the video I used:
  14. I've have this one from Warrior Products. It's very well-made and heavy duty. https://www.carid.com/warrior/hitch-cargo-carrier-for-2-receivers-mpn-847.html?view=067325&gclid=Cj0KCQjw7MGJBhD-ARIsAMZ0eesrPV4vDQcJsawFQhzukrPgpWiNUU6jSBt9vOO69gQnTjqBZeqzfowaAtFhEALw_wcB
  15. Thanks for the video Spinr0k.