Fishing & Miscellaneous Items - Lots of stuff for sale

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08-06-2006, 06:27 PM
After months of working on my boat I have some stuff to sell. Some things I bought new and don't need, others I took off the boat (they may have been sitting on the boat for awhile, but they were taken off before the boat was ever used). Prices do NOT include shipping. Paypal works best for me.

Please email me at instead of sending an IM, since IMs don't get sent immediately and I won't know who came first.

I won't put images here because it would take a million years to download. Click the links to see the images.

Anchor Hangers: $10
These were bolted to the inside of my anchor locker. The bolt holes are 11" apart.

Ball Valve: $10
This was on the livewell intake. It's 3/4".

Heat Gun: $10
I bought this Ancor heat gun for heat shrink, but never bought the correct lighters to refill it after the first one ran out of butane. It's been used for about 5 or 10 minutes. Plug in a disposable lighter and you're set.

Plastic Latch: $10
This plastic latch came off my livewell lid. It requires a 2-1/2" hole.

Stainless Latch: $50
I bought this stainless Southco brand latch to replace the plastic latch on my livewell lid, but it was bigger than I expected. Since it was a custom order, I couldn't return it. It's never been used or even assembled. It was almost $80 when I ordered it a month ago. It requires a 2-1/2" holse.

Custom Starboard/Plexiglass Flange: $115
I had this flange/door custom made, but decided not to use it. The flange is 3/4" starboard with a lip and groove for the 1/4" plexiglass door to slide into. The door has two stainless Southco brand locking latches. I did screw this down, so there are screw holes in the back (they are not even because I was reusing some existing holes). It's a very, very nice piece, but just didn't work out like I'd hoped. the flange is 30" wide and 11-1/2" tall. The opening is 27" wide and 8-3/4" tall.

Black Seaboard: $35
I have a unused sheet of black seaboard (generic starboard). It's 1/4" thick, 48" long, and 27" wide. There are some light scratches on one side, but otherwise it's in good shape.

Lowrance NMEA 2000 parts:
(9) T connectors (119-48): $10 each
(5) 2' extension cables (119-51): $12 each
(1) 12' extension cable (119-53): $20
(1) 120 OHM Terminator (113-38): $8
(1) EP-10 fuel burn probe (connected to network, but not fuel hose) (120-00): $40

I also have some 1/2" clear hose and 3/8" fuel hose that I'll throw in for free if somebody wants it when they're buying something else.

08-07-2006, 02:31 AM
Interested in the black seaboard if its still avail...waht would shipping be?

08-07-2006, 07:56 AM
I'll take (2) 2' extension cables (119-51): $12 each

Do you take paypal?

08-07-2006, 11:01 AM
The piece weighs quite a bit, so shipping might be pretty expensive. It would still be cheaper than a new piece, I think. I paid quite a bit to have it shipped to me, along with a white piece. Email or IM your zip code to me and I'll check on shipping prices.

I do take paypal. Send me your email address and I'll send you a paypal money request.


08-07-2006, 11:24 AM
cooper check your email

08-07-2006, 12:38 PM
Thanks cooper.
its my paypal account is


08-08-2006, 09:59 AM
Cooper - I may be interested in the Custom Starboard/Plexiglass Flange but want to take a couple of measurements of my console before I commit. Question for you - in you last picture you show this installed. How is the starboard mounted behind the flange so that there is enough depth for your flush mounted equipment?

08-08-2006, 11:20 AM
I sent you an IM. :)

I sent you a money request. Thanks!

Are you asking about the staboard piece that the electronics are attached to? If so, that's screwed to some wood cleats which were glued inside the console. If you're asking about the flange itself, it's just attached with screws from the back (I used a right-angle screwdrive to attach it). It was a chore to get all the screws tightened, but hopefully not something you'd do on a regular basis. I paid about $300 for this thing, but you can see from the 4th picture that it just doesn't work. Alas, my boat will never have a console like a contender. ;) ;)

08-08-2006, 11:34 AM
Cooper - thanks for the response. I was asking about the starboard piece where the electronics are mounted. Prior to your response I looked at your boat journal and saw how you used the the wood cleats. Let me think this all through in my head and get a couple more measurements and get back to you.

08-08-2006, 07:40 PM
I will take all the bus bars if you have paypal send me an invoice for the total, shipping 02576

08-10-2006, 07:07 PM
Prices are OBO, btw. :)

08-11-2006, 06:06 PM
I got the bus bars today great deal and fast on the shipping :thumbsup:

08-15-2006, 05:28 PM

09-15-2006, 05:41 PM

09-15-2006, 07:15 PM
Got to admit, I've never seen ANYONE take a brand new boat and go at it customizing the way you did. I've looked thru all your boat project stuff, and I am impressed.
Way to go dude. :thumbsup:


09-19-2006, 10:49 AM
Thanks, CAP!

Here's another bump. :)

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