19' general marine

cammurray

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19' General Marine, 90hp Suzuki 525hrs. Complete rebuild of entire boat winter 2011. Heavy built boat, new stringers, deck, transom and full flotation. All new systems including 10" ss Electro dyne hauler, ss davit, lobster tank, high pressure wash down, Garmin chart plotter, vhf, stereo/cd player. New wiring, controls, steering and HD battery system, stainless everything, and 20 gallon fuel tank with Racor filter. Fast, cheap to run, and very stable. In water, great starter boat, needs nothing. Good trailer. 11500



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CEShawn

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I have a General Marine 26, debating putting it for sale, its up now but thinking I just want to keep it. Was looking at the 20 to keep on a trailer to fish different area's than my 26. Good to hear good things about the smaller boats.
 

cammurray

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yeah their great boats for their size, I love the amount of deck space it has. I was looking to upgrade to a 26' general marine set up for lobstering.
 

Eastporter

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Cammurray- I have a SS davit similar to yours that I haven't mounted on my boat yet. Curious to know if your mount has a pin or bolt to allow it to swing back and forth (yet lock in place to pull traps). How does it work for you? Thanks
 

cammurray

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Eastporter- I use pins and hitch clips, one through the base bracket and one through the upper bracket. They work great for me, the pins and hitch clips should be easier to deal with rather then bolts I think when you need to swing your davit.
 

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Thanks for the info. I agree that the hitch pin would be easy to pull out and allow it to swing. Thanks!
 

cammurray

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The hull is 1980 but completely rebuilt in 2011, and the motor is 2003 but it was in inside heated storage from 2006 to 2011
 
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