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Home Port::
Harrison Twp
Boat Type::
2001 220 Angler W/A 225 Yammy 2Stroke
Boat Name::
The Rodfather

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  1. In Topic: Freighter for sale

    04 April 2014 - 10:31 AM

    Why would they want to fill that up with LNG? Natural Gas has a very low energy content compared to many other options? Upgrade to the old #2 Diesel and use existing fueling stations. No wonder shipping companies cant stay in business.

    Fuel - Liquid, US Gallons BTU/Gal kWh/Gal
    Diesel #2[4] 129,500 37.95
    Jet fuel (kerosene)[5] 128,100 37.12
    Liquid natural gas (LNG)[4] 75,000 21.75
    Gasoline (regular unleaded)[4] 114,100 33.44
  2. In Topic: Wha to look for in a used Outboard?

    24 March 2014 - 04:08 PM

    I agree with most of the posts above. However, i would not recommend a F-N-R in the handle. If you have the Shifter (F-N-R) on the engine powerhead you can start the engine in N and rev it a little with the throttle only handle. If you have the shifter in the handle than there is no reving to prevent stall since you have to put it into gear for more throttle.
  3. In Topic: Ice thickness on St Clair

    24 February 2014 - 04:13 PM

    View Postgloomisman, on 24 February 2014 - 04:03 PM, said:

    Approximately how thick is the ice running on Lake St Clair?

    Depends, I would say most spot 18-24 inches. However, I just cut a couple holes in Anchor bay and a few marinas with less than 3 inches. So be careful out there.

    12 February 2014 - 05:00 PM

    Do you have any more 10s left in stock
  5. In Topic: Nils 6inch auger review

    04 January 2014 - 09:43 AM

    View PostPapa Smurf, on 04 January 2014 - 08:42 AM, said:

    I scooped an orange/convertible Nils. I have the cordless option even though going by hand is more than fine for me. The 6" convertible Nils are 149.99+tax from SDI..not sure of anyone elses prices.

    Ya pretty much the same prices for the Nils at all the local places. I got mine at Anglers Point.


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