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Old 25-12-2011, 19:26   #1
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boat equipment , radar etc

I have a furuno 1830 24 mile radar for sale (need specs , pls google) $400

Furuno DFAX weather fax -208/A/N $100

Quicksilver 6ft inflatable $200

12v trolling motor and battery $100

Seafrost shore assist 11 , 115v refrigeration unit with all fittings , thermostat, copper tubing etc. New and unused $400 (pls google specs)

Northern light 8kw sound enclosure (missing one panel) New $ 400

10 X 1 1/2 brass ball valves $50 each (new)
10 X 1 1/2 Brass through hull fittings $ 30 each (new)

Jabsco electric head conversion kit (Bowl base, no bowl, flush switch and maceration pump) New $ 150 each (X10)
Jabsco Electric Marine Toilets feature dual function pumps to eliminate messing around with hand pumps and dry bowl valves. The push button self-priming flush pump rinses the bowl as waste macerator and high capacity scavenger pump grind up waste and pump it out.
Install the compact electric marine head where space is limited. All Jabsco electric toilets come with a heavy duty push-button switch with 5/8 in. to 3/4 in. ID inlet hose connector and 1 in. to 1-1/2 in. hose adapter for the discharge hose. (This is James town web add for comparison )
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$369.99 / ea
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2003 mercury 8hp , two stroke outboard , need service (ex moorings) $200

Phew...thats about it
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Dingy any good,and where is it I need a one trip dink,what type of floor can't find them on the web
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Where are you located?
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My thought too, unfortunately he seems to be talking 115v mains, so probably American. Sigh. I just bought a 35 year old radar because I couldn't find anything else under $700 even for old CRT systems. (Can't whinge too much, got the old FR160 for $75 plus freight, just have to keep it working, but something newer and smaller and less hungry would have been better...)

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Need WC parts can u hold some until we arrive today?

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I have a furuno 1830 24 mile radar for sale (need specs , pls google) $400

Furuno DFAX weather fax -208/A/N $100

Quicksilver 6ft inflatable $200

12v trolling motor and battery $100

Seafrost shore assist 11 , 115v refrigeration unit with all fittings , thermostat, copper tubing etc. New and unused $400 (pls google specs)

Northern light 8kw sound enclosure (missing one panel) New $ 400

10 X 1 1/2 brass ball valves $50 each (new)
10 X 1 1/2 Brass through hull fittings $ 30 each (new)

Jabsco electric head conversion kit (Bowl base, no bowl, flush switch and maceration pump) New $ 150 each (X10)
Jabsco Electric Marine Toilets feature dual function pumps to eliminate messing around with hand pumps and dry bowl valves. The push button self-priming flush pump rinses the bowl as waste macerator and high capacity scavenger pump grind up waste and pump it out.
Install the compact electric marine head where space is limited. All Jabsco electric toilets come with a heavy duty push-button switch with 5/8 in. to 3/4 in. ID inlet hose connector and 1 in. to 1-1/2 in. hose adapter for the discharge hose. (This is James town web add for comparison )
IN STOCK
$369.99 / ea
qty.

2003 mercury 8hp , two stroke outboard , need service (ex moorings) $200

Phew...thats about it
Interested in the outboard. What is wrong with it?
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I am in Beaufort NC. Dingy is plywood floor
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Chris, PM sent.
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Radar and weather fax sold
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