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id love to see pics of these set ups. i went ahead and sold my 101 this season im running a 80 of front and a 82 on transom , running 5 batteries. on a 1548 weldbilt. havent had a chance to get it wet yet..thinking hard on a gheenoe lt25 ,but the stability of my 1548 with a 25 gallon livewell, rod b...
There's more than one way to skin the cat. Richg99 is absolutely correct on how to see if one switch will carry the load by itself. And if so, that would be the ideal way to connect it. Power straight to the TM's (fused of course), with the bigfoot making/breaking the ground circuit (using a large ...
- 11 Feb 2015, 18:45
- Forum: Jon and V boat Conversions and Modifications
- Topic: Material Links for your conversion
- Replies: 74
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decking. best thing i found is called alumalite. theres a local sign company that uses it for signs. its aluminum with plastic in the middle. about a quarter inch thick and super strong. with good bracing it doesnt give a bit and its light. when the sign company replaces the signs they sell the old ...
- 11 Feb 2015, 14:34
- Forum: Boat House
- Topic: Riveted or Welded? Less expensive boats
- Replies: 11
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ive got a 1548 weldbilt that i bought last year for a all electric rig. very stable boat ive got it decked from the front to the back and it doesnt lean a bit. weldbilt boats are reasonable priced .alwelded hulls etc. not sure if im gonna keep it, each year i build a different rig , i enjoy playing ...
36v_wiring_diagram_5.jpg 4 last season. I Haven't figured out how to hook it up 60v yet. That's what the 8th battery is for. wouldnt it just be one more battery hooked in series like a 24 or 36 volt system. seems like it would just be 5 batteries in series ,but biggest ive ever had is a 36 volt ..
i know its a older post. i been looking at the 4.0 online it says its comparable to a 9.9 hp outboard.i used to have a 9.9 and it would run alot faster then 7 .5 or 8 mph. so what is the 4.0 really comparable to hp wise.?id hate to spend 5 k for 3 mph. a 9.9 outboard would get my 14 foot jon up on p...