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  1. 2006 Bayliner 175 XT Bowrider boat - $23,500 ono. Great fish/ski/family boat, meticulously looked after with NOT a cent spared ALWAYS flushed and washed after use, owned by an extremely fussy owner. Sale due to requiring extra room in garage for a bigger fishing boat. Compression test has been carried out and reflects a VERY healthy engine. Has been serviced annually, with fluids checked and any adjustments made during the season as necessary. Boat Specifications; 17’5” licensed to carry 7 passengers Powered by a 135hp 3L Mercruiser with Alpha 1 drive – VERY ECONOMICAL Standard Bayliner 175 Features; Collapsible cockpit seats into sun lounges Volt gauge Water temp gauge Spedometer Trim gauge RPM gauge Oil pressure gauge Fuel gauge Bilge blower Bilge pump Navigation and anchor lights Horn Boarding Ladder Cup holders and grab handles throughout Marine carpet Large ski locker Added Extras; Custom made Bimini top – folds flat or quick complete removal Wakeboard Tower - Liquid Indy with quick release - folds down in minutes Snap on Bow cover for use on water or while trailering Snap on Cockpit cover for towing and storage Fusion iPod head unit – iPod/iPhone is sealed inside Fusion true marine remote at helm JL Audio Digital class d amplifer 6 X 6” Fushion 200w Marine Speakers Bazooka 8” Marine Subwoofer Garmin 300c Color Fish Finder with depth & voltage alarm Garmin GPS map Advantage Stainless Steel 19P propeller – Great for water sports Century Marine Pro 720 Battery Digital hour meter in engine compartment to monitor service intervals Wake/Knee Board & Ski rack on bimini Sound deadening in Engine compartment makes it CONSIDERABLY quieter than standard while cruising Water Damped Compass Fishing rod rocket launcher 2 x stainless steel rod holders Stainless steel bilge thru hull Ski mirror 1 X Folding Grapnel anchor 1 X Sand Anchor Anchor rope with chain Keel Guard – protects hull when beaching boat Led Stern light Ski locker and bow where anchor is stored lined with anti fatigue bar matting Karvan Skid Trailer; Extremely easily launch and retrieve, can do with one person Bearing buddies for ease of maintance Led Tail Lights Led Side Markers Folding drawbar Great tread $23,500 ono Sad to see the boat go as it is my pride and joy but I would now like to spend more time fishing offshore.
  2. ^ bit of a different approach, good to c. Why do you need to do all that at once? And what do you plan to put in/change.
  3. Hi Guys, Bumped into a bloke changing someones tyres on the side of the road the other day..... The guy had a full set-up in the back of a big van with tyre fitter, balancer snap-on compressor, tools ect ect.. Watched him do two of the wheels as I was intrigued with the concept. Any one used something like this? The dude gave me his URL ; http://www.gtyres.com.au/ Going to get them out to do the tyres on the old boys audi, see how they go
  4. kidafa

    C34 Body Stripes

    Hmmmm.... not to sure about that.
  5. Tunnel is the same, fits easily. Easy to get around, you need a hand brake mount out of a manual skyline and spot weld/rivet it onto your tunnel.... You need R34 clutch master cylinder and pedal, it bolts right up ;-). take the boot of your auto brake pedal and grind it down and fit a r33 brake boot over when your done. Dont bother changing the brake pedal its a MASSIVE PAIN IN THE ASS Correct, depends which console you use but you'll need to move it slightly... its easy just put it out of the way Well if you dont want it done dodgy i wouldnt be taking it to CRED thats for sure! I did mine myself on the shed floor on jackstands... Id never changed a clutch before and I didnt find it that hard, had minimal experience too as I was only 20 but I've always loved tinkering with stuff. Heres a thread I made ; http://www.skylinesaustralia.com/forums/topic/331327-my-manual-conversion-findings/page__hl__manual+conversion feel free to ask for any help, best bet is to PM as ill get an email cos I dont frequent SAU that much anymore.....
  6. +1 George from GT Autosound Skip the cow boys and get it done correct the first time with the amount of imports getting stolen these days its not worth the risk!
  7. SHED CLEAN OUT All items located in Eastern Suburbs 1. Castrol Transmax Z 4L - $55 2. OBD II - USB Consult Cable w/Belkin serial to USB adaptor :-) - $50 3. RB25 Coilpack/Vally Cover $20 4. Tein Dust Covers $15 5. Tein Bump Stops $15
  8. These thieves must have bad taste... Stealing an emerald green stagea and THEN even worse a 33 sedan lol
  9. Selling my fishing tinny. 11ft (3.4mtr) Savage 15hp 2 Stroke Johnson Safety Gear Trailer Year of rego on trailer and boat $2500ono \\
  10. Who ever told you its hard has rocks in their head.... I did the entire conversion in <24hrs at home on the axle stands. PS Im 21 so not like i have decades in the industry or anything. Heck I'd never even seen a clutch before!
  11. Chance I could do a week day in the next coming weeks. Weekends are out of the picture for me though.
  12. Simons14's old stag in Adelaide? :-)
  13. $450 for STOCK struts? Are you serious.
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