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keyman
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Joined: 11-18-2007
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  • keyman
    replied to Yet Another 250 - New Power
    Got back from Florida just when COVID-19 epidemic fired up. Our spring to do list isn't as pressing because who knows when we will be able to get back...
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    Last edited by keyman; 04-02-2020, 06:40 AM.

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  • keyman
    replied to Safety switch harness
    I agree about the importance of killswitch. My issue if your fishing alone is trying to get back into your boat. Once overboard and hopefully with a...
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  • keyman
    replied to 250 drain
    We also have a Mako 250 with open transom like TC. Water on deck drain thru the deck scuppers on each side of the deck which have two 1" thru transom...
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    Last edited by keyman; 03-28-2020, 04:38 AM.

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  • keyman
    replied to prop size suggestions
    Contact propGods. Many places let you try different props before you purchase. Depending or your preference of material of construction, 3 vs 4 blade,...
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  • keyman
    replied to 1990 241 CC Restore
    Ok with the mounting hardware. Again a point of clarification on the power distribution. You mentiond that each individual Bocatech switch has 20A resettable...
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    Last edited by keyman; 03-14-2020, 01:18 PM.

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  • keyman
    replied to 1990 241 CC Restore
    Looking at the mounting screws to the trim tabs and actuators why did you use sheet screws rather than SS cap screws with nylon lock washers. After time...
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  • keyman
    replied to 1990 241 CC Restore
    From the wiring diagrams that I provided the 100A Blueseas circuit was the main feed to the Blueseas fusepanel. All circuit feeds were from the fusepanel...
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