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About bernieNC

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    Retired (Early)
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    Fishing, Hunting, Dog Field Trials, My Vizsla
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  1. bernieNC

    A Towing Question...

    Read your manuals guys! Last line of the Atlas manual clearly states: (below is a direct copy and paste) 6. Always trailer with the jackplate in the lowest “down” position! Yamaha sells the My-wedge relabeled. I would say that is an endorsement.
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    Hatch latch issue

    So that confirms what I had heard years ago. There is only one key.
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    2013 Pathfinder 2200TRS with 53 Hours FOR SALE

    Wow again! Seller really wants it gone!
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    2013 Pathfinder 2200TRS with 53 Hours FOR SALE

    That's a good deal!!! It would be around $60K, or more, for a 2020
  5. In NC it would be right about in the middle of those numbers. A few months ago I asked the same question to a broker about mine and linsider is spot on.
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    Hatch latch issue

    Are they all keyed the same?
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    No Responses from Posts

    20 responses and counting.
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    2004 Pathfinder 2200V w/Yamaha 150

    My first thought also.
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    2300 HPS dry racked

    There is a guide with a 23 HPS at the dry stack where I keep mine. He has never had a problem that I know of. I have seen other stepped hulls in the building and none of the racks are modified for them.
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    Battery post distribution block

    After they charge it is best to let them "rest" for 24 hours before testing to get a more accurate results. Danny can also help you do a "load test" if you think you may need to go that far.
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    Battery post distribution block

    Plugging up once a month, if idle, should be good enough. I think my long battery life is directly related to the charge on the fly of the Stealth.
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    Battery post distribution block

    That is how mine it set up. 6.5 years and still strong on group 27 Interstate wet cells. Are you running a starting or deep cycle for starting. I have a starting and deep cycles for TM.
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    Battery post distribution block

    There are some diagrams here: http://www.stealth1charging.com/MANUALCOVERPG/2016 New Manual for DC charger 24-36 .pdf if you don’t see what you are looking for ask Danny and he will get you one.
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    Battery post distribution block

    I run the DC and AC and outside of main buss and bilge the charger cables are the only ones direct to batteries and it is not bad at all.
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    Battery post distribution block

    Boat wiring 101. "It’s pretty standard in boat wiring to bypass the main battery switch for one thing:" Bilge Pump. Key Phrase ONE THING. https://newwiremarine.com/how-to/wiring-a-boat/
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