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jiriki

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About jiriki

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    Boot Juicer

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  • Location
    Columbus, OH

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  • Boat
    Centurion Enzo SV230

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  1. I generally catch and release. Don't really trust the fish in these lakes. I spend a lot of time anchored due to the company I am in so fishing seems to be a reasonable alternative.
  2. Definitely far left or far right answers on this one...
  3. I got the steering cable unhooked from the rudder part (what is that called?). There's a tube which the steering rod part goes into and screws on to the end. Do you guys usually clean that tube out and regrease? I tried taking that tube out to clean it out... it's super awkward to get to the nuts underneath. Also, there's a rubber grommet with a fiber grease thing inside. Also needs to be replaced? Where can I find it?
  4. I'm glad I'm not the only one. I didn't think about the boat ramp. I'll definitely try that next time.
  5. Just curious, I've been plumbing in some new Enzo sacs and noticed that all of the rubber tubing throughout the rear lockers are just covered in black soot. Kind of like the black soot you see in the engine compartment in a car. This can't be normal? I've never seen this in other boats.
  6. I just installed two Enzo sacs - 1450lbs each. I have two Wayfair drain pumps connected to the rear drain holes which are near the back of the boat. I am filling with a Johnson pump with one of the top fill holes. When I drain the sac, I cannot get all of the water out. It appears the rear of the boat is actually slightly higher so water is pooled forward. I would say it's about 100 to 150 lbs of water left behind. There's no 'drain hole' at the front of the sac. Just another fill hole. What do you guys do out there to drain the sac? Also, what's wrong with running the Johnson pump in reverse and draining with that pump too?
  7. That's down to $105 now. I've not seen it that cheap before myself.
  8. ^^ Anyone? https://jet.com/product/product/b149580e9f4c466c9bc5b1fa6e8e3fc2?jcmp=afl:link:3*BIL10dmOI:414385:1:10&siteID=3.BIL10dmOI-vua8EPq0eQquOcuHkPybEg spring15 code drops it to $153.
  9. Thanks!! Looks great. Since you have both, are the cans the same with different mounts as adapters?
  10. I'm guessing steering cable. Is 20' correct?
  11. It's hard in both directions and hard in and out of the water.
  12. I will grease the rudder next time I am out. From what I've read, it only keeps water out, it doesn't help with steering. But it seems like a good idea. I have not greased it in a couple of years. End of last season, the steering was quite light. Over the winter, something happened. Maybe corrosion set in or something. Definitely a lot heavier. Still steerable but not as light as it normally is.
  13. I'm thinking of purchasing a pair of Wetsounds Icon 8's. I believe the mount I need is X mount? Correct? Is the clamp style one just an X mount underneath? Like, if the clamps were removed, it would be an X mount essentially? Or is there more to it.
  14. I've been searching in the forums. It appears the 20' cable is the correct length. Just wanted to confirm before I placed the order. My current cable still works but it's getting a little heavy. I think the cheapest one I can find is around $175'ish.
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