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  1. #121
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    Dan, can you still access all the wireing and fuse's up under the dash?

    Looks great!
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  2. #122
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    You can if you pull the fascia out. as getting to the fuses is pretty rare it's not a big deal.
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    Nice looking Dan really clean and nice looking mang
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    Looks great, Dan. Season should be starting up quick for ya. You'll have to come down here for spring break next year and get an earlier start.
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    Quote Originally Posted by squeeg333 View Post
    Brain, that looks really good. Now that I have the Chrome logos on the side, I may have to go with the rear too. Looks sharp!
    What did your chrome side logos cost you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brain_rinse View Post
    Glove box liner is just a piece of tool chest liner cut to fit so my iPod didn't rattle all over.
    Great Idea! I did the same thing...works out pretty well. Not sure why they wouldn't put something in there in the first place....
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    Wow that looks great!
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  8. #128
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    Default Swim platform rattle fix

    I had been using composite shims which worked great, until you had to take them out... This solution is a lot more elegant. Thanks for the idea, Ian.
    Ian's How-To Thread

    Edit: these didn't hold up well at all. I redrilled/tapped to use a larger bolt but it was back to rattling after a single set. Maybe if the bolt was up higher on the bracket. Guess it's back to the shims.
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    Default Fulton F2 trailer jack

    Adapter plate courtesy of Pete at Smooth Water Sports. It took awhile but is a quality piece and priced right. Although many people just leave it primer gray, they recommend painting it to match the trailer. I painted it to match the jack instead because it was a much easier match and just as stealthy.


    I went with the dual wheel Fulton F2 jack to make moving the trailer around by hand in my garage easier. It works MUCH better than the stocker in pretty much every way (also a Fulton, just much more basic.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by brain_rinse View Post
    Got some longer battery cables and pushed my batteries as far back as possible. With that bow sac I need to make the best use of all available space!
    Dan, you mentioned you got longer cables to reposition your batteries. Do you have to replace the entire length or did you splice them somehow?
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