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  • Grouper GeniusGrouper Genius Posts: 1,543 Captain
    Crack don't smoke itself...
    2400 CC Sea Chaser-Yamaha F250-Bad **** Tower (SOLD)
    Grady White 306 Bimini 300 Suzukis
    Hurricane 246 FunDeck
  • Fish HaidFish Haid Posts: 8,417 Admiral
    edited December 2018 #3
    I know a reputable guy with a legit established business (in North Florida) who had some brand new Honda EU2200 generators for $850, a few weeks ago.  Pretty sure that includes sales tax.  Best price I found, but not until right after I paid $925 somewhere else (the 925 included shipping though).  Let me know if you are interested and I'll send his number.

    By the way, the new 2200 has a redesigned on/off switch.  Now, you can choose to shut off the gas before stopping engine.
  • cadmancadman Posts: 44,561 AG
    Seems to me if they were stolen and you called the cops, they would send an officer to buy one and arrest the guy. 

    Former Mini Mart Magnate

    I am just here for my amusement. 

  • NoeetticaNoeettica Posts: 2,444 Captain
    edited December 2018 #5
    i bought a "Stolen" Pressure washer ...

    Called the owner , he told me to keep it  WT F**K  !!!
    We are ALL Brothers on the water ! 

    No one "Owns" the waterways !
  • SaltygatorvetSaltygatorvet Posts: 5,807 Admiral
    Noeettica said:
    i bought a "Stolen" Pressure washer ...

    Called the owner , he told me to keep it  WT F**K  !!!
    Was it cadman?  :p
    maybr he replaced it with a nicer one like I did when mine was stolen last year 
    You should have been here yesterday
  • Lake-LinkerLake-Linker Posts: 184 Deckhand
    Somebody stole my canoe when I was deer hunting a few years back. it was a real POS....I went and bought the closest thing to what I wanted and modified it to perfectly fit my needs. It's a joy to paddle - especially with a deer in it. Handles beautifully...if I ever find out who stole that first canoe I'll first tell'em what I think of thieves. Then I'll tell'em to keep the dam thing and "enjoy". I don't want it back.
  • Fish HaidFish Haid Posts: 8,417 Admiral
    I'm sure Tankturd will be along shortly, but I'm going to steal his fire with his stolen canoe story.  Anyhow, many years ago, his canoe was stolen from the pond at the farm he lived at.  He found a wallet right where the canoe used to be.  Went to the address and spoke to the parent's of the young man who owned the wallet.  LOL!
  • AC ManAC Man Posts: 7,452 Admiral
    Too change the subject, why would anyone want a canoe over a yak?
  • Lake-LinkerLake-Linker Posts: 184 Deckhand
    edited December 2018 #10
    AC Man - I carry a bow,a tree stand and climbing sticks,a pack and - hopefully on the way back - a dead deer in my 12' canoe. That'd be tough to do on my Hobie...besides,I spend deer season in WI. I'm often paddling that canoe in freezing temps. Get wet then sit in a tree for a few hours? I've done it in the high 40's but I can't sit still and accuracy suffers when I'm cold.

    I replaced the molded plastic seat in the Old Town with webbing seat. Raised it a couple inches and forward a few inches. If there's venison in the bow my sticks/stand will fit under the seat. Barely.  Pack goes behind me and bow goes on the deer. It's a load but it's a NICE load. Canoe handles well - as opposed to that ancient Fiberlite with bondo bandaids all over.

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