looking for boat accessories in ft myers area redoing a 24 morgan

need almost everything pumps, electrical any type of flea market type place or discount place thanks

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  • TarponatorTarponator Under a BridgePosts: 10,395 AG
    Can’t really help you.... But that’s gonna a fun project. Keep us posted. 
  • spearjunkyspearjunky Posts: 163 Deckhand

    cool thanks

  • AlwaysLearningMoreAlwaysLearningMore Posts: 42 Greenhorn
    Marine Trading Post, on business 41 in N. Ft. Myers
  • spearjunkyspearjunky Posts: 163 Deckhand
    Thanks I will check it out Fri--sat
  • spearjunkyspearjunky Posts: 163 Deckhand
    Tarpon here are a few pictures
  • spearjunkyspearjunky Posts: 163 Deckhand

  • TarponatorTarponator Under a BridgePosts: 10,395 AG
    edited May 18 #8
    Thanks for the pics!

    Where did you find her?

    Going to put an inboard in?  An outboard just doesn't seem right on that hull.  :)
  • spearjunkyspearjunky Posts: 163 Deckhand
    It will be a outboard because I fish skinny alot
  • ljkljk Posts: 62 Greenhorn
    There is also a Marine Trading Post in a shopping center behind the CVS at the corner of San Carlos and Gladiolis.  They have different stuff than the one in North Fort Myers.
  • chalmerspchalmersp Posts: 257 Deckhand
    Marine Trading post x3, and San Carlos Marine if you cant track down a part. Looks like a sweet build! Keep us updated 
  • spearjunkyspearjunky Posts: 163 Deckhand
    grabbed a couple of things great place I was down from the big bend I will post pics for you guys thanks again
  • natecertnatecert Posts: 229 Deckhand
    I also was going to re build a morgan but now doing a Seacraft 23 Tsunami 1977 instead. Marine Trading post is hit or miss regarding good price. The only thing I can offer is: Best Boat Wire for elect, for that matter with all the labor and cost of materials involved why frustrate you'r self with the run around shopping.

    Nice work, by the way.

    My project will be @ about 25k with out power and electronics so I get your pain.


    Fiberlay in Sarasota and The Beast
  • spearjunkyspearjunky Posts: 163 Deckhand
    crazy thing was I was thinking of a seacraft too but fish inshore at least half the time
  • MACDMACD Lee CountyPosts: 4,808 Captain
    edited May 24 #15
    Really....skinny water in that? The only thing skinny is the beam.....
  • ANUMBER1ANUMBER1 Posts: 8,827 Admiral
    MACD said:
    Really....skinny water in that? The only thing skinny is the beam.....



    9' 8" beam is skinny?
    I am glad to only be a bird hunter with bird dogs...being a shooter or dog handler or whatever other niche exists to separate appears to generate far too much about which to worry.
  • spearjunkyspearjunky Posts: 163 Deckhand
    I'm taking about a 18"not 6" the seacraft can't get where I need to go I was bumping in a 23 Robalo bay boat the other day
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