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  1. Thread: Towing

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    I used to have an 07 Yukon and it would get 11-12...

    I used to have an 07 Yukon and it would get 11-12 city/hwy mpg. Can't remember what towing mpg was. Terrible mileage in my opinion, but a nice rig.
  2. Op Will this work on my boat? And will it...

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    Will this work on my boat? And will it improve the performance of digital cruise? I have a hard time getting the speed right sometimes. I'm not familiar w/ them.
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    Replacing carpeted flooring with HydroTruf?

    I ran the grooves for to aft in hopes any water that gets in the boat will drain into the bilge quickly. The camo doesn't really hide the seems. It makes them a little more noticeable because you...
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    Fair enough. Thanks again for your expertise.

    Fair enough. Thanks again for your expertise.
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    Could you hook up the two house batts on one side...

    Could you hook up the two house batts on one side of a 2 bank charger by connecting one lead to the pos on one batt and to neg on the other? The 2 house batts are approx 6-7' apart.
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    1 starter battery and 2 house batteries. The 2...

    1 starter battery and 2 house batteries. The 2 house batteries are Walmart brand and are the group 24 & 29 deep cycle units. I think they ea have a little over 100 ah.
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    Onboard charging

    What are you guys using for an onboard charging system? The ones I've seen are rather expensive. I have 3 batteries and would like to hard wire them into a single plug.
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    Good point. My plumbed fake a lake needs to have...

    Good point. My plumbed fake a lake needs to have the ball valve closed or water will run out of the intake under the boat.
  9. I use the 4 brick to semi seal the area under the...

    I use the 4 brick to semi seal the area under the helm where my sub is. I actually think it helps the sub performance a little. My sub faces the driver w/ ports facing to the front of the boat into...
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    I think that would be ideal. Removeable,...

    I think that would be ideal. Removeable, permeable and you wouldn't have to worry about trapped water underneath.
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    I'd say check the impeller to make sure it is...

    I'd say check the impeller to make sure it is positioned correctly and can suck water. I'm not sure if they will self align. Seems like they would but I guess it could be stuck spinning w/ the...
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    I wouldn't cut holes there. Build a box or use a...

    I wouldn't cut holes there. Build a box or use a plug n play soundbar. That way you can stow it when not in use imo.
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    I'd tell everyone you installed that section in...

    I'd tell everyone you installed that section in that direction so the water flows to the center, then back towards the rear. Looks awesome!
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    Well I just now realized how versatile KY really...

    Well I just now realized how versatile KY really is!
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    I farm wine grapes and almonds with my family. I...

    I farm wine grapes and almonds with my family. I am also the director of operations for a large raisin receiving plant, dehydrator, packer and grower who supplies mostly the commercial bulk market....
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    Use a screw w/ a flat head and cap nut

    Use a screw w/ a flat head and cap nut
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    I pulled the floor carpet and cut out the wall...

    I pulled the floor carpet and cut out the wall carpet about 6 inches up the side walls. Used bedliner paint to smooth it out a little. I also plan on installing some sort of cleat so the engine...
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    Observers seat back

    Bastards!!! I don't really Leave it open. Maybe I would though if it wasn't so awkward.


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    I don't think I'm too worried about the cylinder,...

    I don't think I'm too worried about the cylinder, as it wouldn't take much to hold up the seat back. The hinge thing is what would determine if it will work or not. Have to wait until I get the...
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    Battery Suggestions

    Thanks @beattaco. So two 6v would have similar power to four 12v batts. That's a lot of power. Sorry to hijack thread.


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    So currently I have two 12v batts on the...

    So currently I have two 12v batts on the house/system side and another 12v for starting eng. my question is......would two 6v batts give me same/similar power as the two 12v I have now on that side...
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    If you use the two golf cart 6v route, can you...

    If you use the two golf cart 6v route, can you also have a 12v on the house side of the switch? I guess you would use two 6v batts for every 12v you currently have? Or would two 6v replace two 12v...
  23. I used mineral spirits then acetone to clean...

    I used mineral spirits then acetone to clean everything up. It all came off with a little elbow grease. My floor has gelcoate though. Not sure how it would work w/ the black subfloor material. I...
  24. Thread: flush kit

    by valleywine
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    flush kit

    I heard the flush pro didn't suck as well due to the spring inside.. That's why I built my own so to speak.


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  25. Thread: flush kit

    by valleywine
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    I plumbed a tee and a shut off valve into the...

    I plumbed a tee and a shut off valve into the intake line, then used a hot water heater hose to connect the hose to. When not in use I stash the hose in the bilge and use a hose cap. You can also...
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