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Old 01-16-2004, 12:26 PM
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Originally posted by phastang
Craig-I've been on TMP's Bullet several times. They took the GPS apart and painted it, but because of the way they did it, you would swear it came like that from Garmin. Your boat is bad ass by the way! Gotta love a nice Bullet! I think you might have to put a couple more gauges over on the left side.........perhaps BOOST and FUEL PRESS????????
I already have those (4) gauges....maybe exhaust and Drive temp?
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Old 01-16-2004, 12:36 PM
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We don't need no stinking drive temp!!!!!! We Need BBBOOOOOOOOOOOOOSSSSTTTTT. You will thank me later. I rode in TMP's boat with 850SC's and all I could say was.....Holy Chit! the wind was sucking my cocktail right out of its cup!
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Old 01-16-2004, 02:30 PM
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Hey Craig,
I sell alot of those units at my parttime job. And the customers are real happy about them. Let me know if you need a price or anything like that on it.
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Originally posted by BobbyB
Hey Craig,
I sell alot of those units at my parttime job. And the customers are real happy about them. Let me know if you need a price or anything like that on it.
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PM me your phone # and I'll give you a call. Or call me @202-224-5499

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Craig,
My number is 301-904-4863
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Old 01-16-2004, 04:23 PM
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Craig, I have been using a Garmin 182 (not color) for about 3 seasons. The internal antenna works fine. I have it mounted to the left side of the dash with a Ram Mount.
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Will the 182C with internal antenna
interface with a Nordskog GPS speedo?
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Old 01-18-2004, 10:28 AM
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Originally posted by Padraig
Craig, I have been using a Garmin 182 (not color) for about 3 seasons. The internal antenna works fine. I have it mounted to the left side of the dash with a Ram Mount.
Thanks for the 411 What is a Ram mount? They say that there is no flush/recessed mount kit available so I was planning on fabricating one. Do you have any pics of your setup?
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Originally posted by StrikinLightnin
Will the 182C with internal antenna
interface with a Nordskog GPS speedo?
Yes, they use NMEA standard stuff.

Craig, the RAM is a stand type mount, not for in dash. I would think the 182 would be easy to build in since it is fairly small. Scott has been using one for a while and he loves that thing. His works well on the dash with the internal antenna and he has all that windshield, bimini frame, etc.
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Hey guys, I am in the market for a new gps. I don't have room for an in-dash setup. What would you recommend? Also, can it work off my gps speedo antenna??
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