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  • D
    Just to be clear - maybe I'm not fully understanding what you're saying, yet... -- You've mentioned "heating" the water numerous times...
  • H
    Thx for the replies. I guess (not too much confidence) that all is working. I filled the FW tank (did not seem empty)...
  • RussGW270
    RussGW270 replied to the thread Realistic hull draft.
    Cool beans, thanks Dennnis. I think he was just wanting to be mr knowitall heh...
  • D
    DennisG01 replied to the thread Realistic hull draft.
    I would tell him "You're right. The engines would NOT be in the water with them tilted up" :) For what it's worth, most v-hull/planing...
  • S
    Pull and reinsert the fuses as you check them. Corrosion on the lugs is possible.
  • RussGW270
    RussGW270 replied to the thread Realistic hull draft.
    Thanks, Dennis. I just did not want to speak out of turn without asking. I went by the brochure and this guy was all "I seriously doubt...
  • D
    DennisG01 replied to the thread Realistic hull draft.
    I'd say that's pretty realistic. Adding a typical amount of weight won't make a huge difference in draft, either. Not as much as what...
  • D
    In the meantime, make sure you have shut off the breaker to the HWH. You don't want to burn the element out if it goes dry.
  • RussGW270
    So, Grady lists the 2004 Islander as having a hull draft of 17" Now, you more experienced people, what is a realistic minimum depth this...
  • controlsct
    My outboard mechanic has this sailfish that needs to be all redone but has a good hull and a hardtop and boat comes with all paperwork...
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  • M
    mattttt25 replied to the thread Bow Thruster Help.
    I did eliminate the joystick by disconnecting and jumping between red (hot) and blue/grey. It had the same symptom of running in one...
  • Uncle Joe
    I did a similar thing with a cooler seat on my old 204C. It makes for a nice ride since the position is well behind the splash point...
  • H
    Thanks for the input. I meant to say the heater does work. Its the pressurized water in general that keeps cycling. Its after a while...
  • H
    Hookup1 replied to the thread Work day - update and need help.
    Tell-tales on my F150's are always flakey on the hose - flush line or earmuffs. In the water they are fine. Sometime first time start...
  • H
    Hookup1 replied to the thread Bow Thruster Help.
    Letting them do it is a good idea. My point is that it could be the control switch or the connector. Easy to check before pulling the...