1992 NITRO 180FS BASS BOAT WITH 150GT JOHNSON MOTOR
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Up for sale is my pride and joy. This boat is for sale locally for $6000. If someone shows up with more money in hand than the current highest bid or my asking price, I reserve the right to end this auction early. Money talks. This is a no reserve auction, so the highest bid takes her home. There will be an immediate deposit of $500 due at auction end. Payment in full due 5 days from auction end. I live in the Alpena Michigan area (49707). I am willing to meet the new owner at the Alpine Mall in Gaylord Michigan for $50 paid in advance. This is located right off I-75. The boat comes with a cover that works, but should be replaced before long. The boat is: -Stored in a barn every winter I have owned it-covered during fishing season with a boat cover. -All engine work done by evinrude/johnson marine mechanic. -18 foot (17.5 ft) long-7 foot beam-Fuel Cap.: approx 32 gallons, but I never fill it all the way up in the summer due to expansion causing the fuel to weep from the fuel vent.-It is set up for 3 batteries: 1 runs all the electronics and lights and is charged by the motor when running, the other two run only the trolling motor which is a 24 volt MinnKota Maxxum 71lb thrust. The lower unit of the trolling motor was rebuilt last fall and bearings were replaced.-Wheel bearings,bunks and some lights were replaced last Spring on the trailer.-All electronic components on motor were replaced, repaired and inspected by a johnson mechanic Spring 2009 including the stator which was replaced. -Last Spring all three carbs were pulled and rebuilt as well as fuel lines and filters inspected, repaired or replaced from the motor to the tank.-The boat has a Eagle fishfinder on the bow-New bilge and recirculation pump were installed last year. -Tires on trailer are bias ply and in good shape.-Boat has 2 livewells split for you and your partner and the capacity is about 30 gallons or so.-It has a rod storage area on the port side which runs approx 8 feet along the side underneath the port console. I keep 6 rods there though there is not a rack to store them individually There are two straps on the bow casting deck that allow you to secure the poles you are using or a partners poles as needed-Storage: 1 compartment in the bow which gives access to all storage area beneath the casting deck, another storage area beneath the front bow seat on the starboard side, all three seats in the console area flip up allowing access to the space beneath, there are two storage compartments on the port and starboard side of the casting deck in the stern area, should you need it there is storage in the bilge area which is accessed through the floor. It is intended as a place to store skis and the like.-The prop is a 14x19 stainless. I experimented with a 20 and a 21 but was unsatisfied with the results. The hole shot lagged and the amount of time it took to get on plane dragged out. The 19 keeps it well within the max range of 5700rpms and offers the best performance with a full tank, 2 guys and their gear. I average about 54 mph top speed via gps, but that will increase or decrease based on the water turbulence, the wind, weight etc -New steering cables installed 2 years ago. Now currently what I would work on if I kept it would be:-The rpm gauge quit in June. Not a big deal unless you intend on tweaking prop sizes. Consists of tracking the wire to the motor and ensuring it is connected. -Change the plugs. I change the plugs 2 times a season due to the fact I mix the gas a little rich (100:1) in the fuel tank. This motor is oil injected but I do this as insurance policy. The president of our club had his line break from the VRO and it blew his motor. I took mine in after that and had the VRO inspected and the oil lines replaced as a preventive. The mechanic told me to mix the oil in the fuel to have the extra insurance. It is cheaper to replace plugs than the powerhead I was told.-Change the impeller pump. It was replaced 3 years ago and the boat has excellent water pressure ( 7lbs at idle, 14-16 when running). So it is fine, that is just me.-The batteries could be replaced. They are 3 years old, but are not standard WalMart batteries. They are AGM gel batteries and cost me $750 ($250 ea) I started noticing them losing power after about 4-5 hours of fishing. But that was on Lake Huron in 1-2 foot waves, running on a setting of 4. Inland lakes in calmer water on a lower speed setting would probably last me the entire tourney. -Front latch on the motor cowl. The bolt that holds this latch tends to loosen up when removing the cowl. I have been meaning to put lock tight on it to end that issue. The trailer is a matched 1992 Tracker Marine Trailer. Weight is 530lbs. Trailer has bias ply tires in good shape with no weather checking. There is no spare. That's the rundown. Any questions feel free to call or text me after 5 pm eastern time at 989-916-5895 or email me at email@example.com Please read this listing completely and look at all the pictures before calling or writing. Bid with confidence as I have a 100% positive feedback rating. That being said you are bidding on USED bass boat which was used for its intended purpose. There are scuffs and a scratch in the gel coat on the port side. (there's a picture of it). If anyone wants a new boat, pull together 30k and and go see a dealer. If you want a good used bass boat at a great price, bid here and take it home. On Aug-06-11 at 21:10:16 PDT, seller added the following information: That's the rundown. Any questions feel free to call or text me after 5 pm eastern time at 989-916-5895 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org A you tube video link will be posted tomorrow of the boat running and being put into forward and reverse.