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Old 03-16-2019, 08:32 PM
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Was just going through some boating magazines and saw these new marine equipment that you may already heard about

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Accon Rod Holder and Cleat combo


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FlexStep ladder system for the trailer

always attached to the trailer to make boarding easier

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Seven Marine 527 HP


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...and of course Harbor Freight coupons



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Old 03-24-2019, 11:13 AM
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FlexStep ladder system for the trailer

always attached to the trailer to make boarding easier

This will be awesome on my winch tree to access the fore deck. Thanks!
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FlexStep ladder system for the trailer

always attached to the trailer to make boarding easier

I have one of these on my trailer for the 242. it's one of the best things in my opinion.
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I have one of these on my trailer for the 242. it's one of the best things in my opinion.
Any pictures, I also have a 242 and boarding from the bow is dangerous at best. Thanks in advance.
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Dont mind the bottom scum. Its getting buffed and waxed this weekend. I had to just clean the bottom quick and winterize quick before storage due to my wedding at the end of September.
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Thank you and ditto on the scum line minus the wedding.

Nice looking Bird
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