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Post Posted: 09:55pm - Mar 18,09 
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Hoeh

Glad ya got it figured out and she is up and running.

Good Luck fishing.

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Post Posted: 09:41pm - May 2,10 
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Ok it has been a year since this thread was alive, I took a year without even so much as thinking about puttin the old girl in due to presonal issues that took all my time and effort to get past. I took her out today out of pastrik and gave her the run that says its good to go. after a year it took a couple minutes to blow the build up out and knock all the cobb webs out and she smoothed out at idle, got into open water and ran at all speeds for over an hour shutting her down for a while and restarting and all is good, the Sea Foam started to do its thing and smothed out the low end speed to just under 1mph and topped out at 38 high end. SO since things went perfect with the motor I just happen to have a couple rods set up for smallies........ Check the bass post, thanks agian for all the helpful info and good advice and now I will see you on the water or on 68 PEACE we got boat!!!!

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Post Posted: 08:01pm - Jan 30,19 
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after 10 yrs of service the old girl never left me stranded and thousands of fish later I said my goodbyes to her with a smile and a tear. picked up a 92 lund tyee 175 with a 90 yami added a 9.9 Johnson kicker a minkota terrova I pilot, 24volt 80lb thrust, Garmin 73sv with panoptics. I got it last spring and spent a lot of time switching gears and fishing walleye a lot, the boat rides like a dream and fishes just as good. Stole it because the floor had a soft spot wich was the hatch over the gas tank and was dirty as hell. now that I have it rigged the spring looks to be very promising. a couple pics befor the kickes and cleaning her up
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Post Posted: 08:15pm - Jan 30,19 
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all my older boats where named another project 1--21. almost as much fun building them as using them some times had to make one out of two great looking project

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Post Posted: 08:19pm - Jan 30,19 
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Post Posted: 08:23pm - Jan 30,19 
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hey Frank, I sold the crestliner you worked on for me after I replaced the motor got my money back I put out for the motor and found this for 6G not to bad of an upgrade for minimal damage.

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Post Posted: 08:26pm - Jan 30,19 
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I had bought the 7 inch Garmin while I had the smaller boat im sure I will be going with a bigger unit with live scope after the upcoming season

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Post Posted: 08:53pm - Feb 1,19 
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looking good buddy!!!!!

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Post Posted: 01:35am - Feb 2,19 
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Hey HOEH,
This is your old goaltender, Keith. Nice looking boat, i just sold my 87 18.5 ft Tyee to my brother and picked up a 87 project Baron last spring, its in my signature. No lying these old Lunds ride well, Tyee is a hell of a boat. I only had the Baron out once last year as i suffered an injury but i hope to make up for it this year. Still got some work to do on her ( does it really ever end) but she can go in the water as is, I already put alot into her. One thing about these older Lunds is keep an eye on your transom, I'm sure you're aware of it but Lund really didn't do much to protect that wood back there, might want to pop the cap and take a look. You'll see that they don't seal them, if alls well wouldn't hurt to throw on some 3m 4200 before putting the cap back on. Anyways congrats on the new rig, real nice find

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Post Posted: 02:18pm - Feb 12,19 
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hey Kieth I kinda moved away from the big pond I sold the riggers still got the gear though, I been inland walleye crappie fishing, I still do inshore but wont chase them around out there

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