Looks like the blades labeled with M was what I used.
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I think I may have gotten the normally open/normally closed info backwards! At any rate you need to use the correct one for your application. Now that I think about it, the circuit should probably be closed with the clip in place! Sorry for the confusion...I'll take a look at my kill switch later to...
If there is no schematic, then you should take your ohm meter and check for continuity between blades. I believe you want to use the connections that have continuity (closed circuit) when the clip is removed. Pretty sure the blade pairs are opposite each other, i.e. you will use 12 o'clock and 6 o'c...
You will only use two of the blades on the kill switch. One set is normally open and the other set is normally closed. Just need to use the correct ones for your application (looks like normally closed since the wires were already connected). Can't remember where on the harness that the kill switch ...
- Thu Oct 10, 2019 11:12 am
- Forum: Power Boats
- Topic: The Fletchers Malahini
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Your boat is coming along nicely! As far as standing at the helm of a Malahini, I really don't think there will be much of that going on... Not sure how tall you are, but I'd probably hit my shin on the steering wheel if I was standing on the floorboards at the helm :D If I need to see a little bett...
I installed a single 800 gpm pump (shoreline marine). I wired mine to a manual switch. I figured if I needed a float, I could install it later. I have yet to turn in on when out on the water. That said I trailer my boat, so any water we get inside is drained after we load out.
- Sat Sep 21, 2019 11:35 am
- Forum: Painting
- Topic: Garage floor paint recommendations
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Sherwin Williams has some pretty good epoxy floor coatings. I would stop in at one of there stores and ask for recommendations. Our local store has some really knowledgeable people that always seem to help me select the correct product.
I borrowed an engine hoist and placed the motor exactly where I wanted it, then market the two top holes. I actually hooked power to the motor so i could used the trim to adgust the angle of the mounting plate to the transom. Pulled the motor back and drilled the holes. When satisfied I hung the mot...