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- Mon Jun 04, 2018 1:13 pm
- Forum: Electric Power & Systems
- Topic: Electrical Mystery
- Replies: 6
- Views: 1900
any corrosion on connections?I know,from past problems,that with corrosion on battery connections,the battery works ,however cannot be charged from alternator.at least it happened on the car.If you didn't have problems before,maybe????
Think I found something-Red-battery+;black ground;green tach;yellow ignition on 12v;orange trim sensor;pink oil overheat.my immediate question is does the red battery + hook to battery or voltmeter?God-it helps being colorblind.
:D Thanks! saw one -similar concept for 116 bucks at Hamilton marine.Still haven't decided to drill hole yet.I tried to block off vent lines in enclosed bulwarks so rain water might bypass and drain out back vents.Thought a driving rain might enter hull during extended trailer stays and accumulate. :D
was mainly concerned about sitting on trailer-coarse a cover might work too.or shrink wrap-it's not going back in shed(got another project planned for that)automatic bilge pump should do when its in the water.just wanted to get input about it.thanks everyone
maybe some of this on the threaded plug(teflon tape)was watching video on how to install one in sailboat.guy insists on bronze with bronze plug not copper plug.maybe copper is too soft.
I'm thinking about installing a hull drain in my Bo-Jest build.since the lowest point is up in the v-berth area-it would have to be a through hull fitting with a plug.I'm thinking on a bronze fitting and screw in bronze plug(if I can find such a critter)It would be open only while on trailer to drai...
- Mon May 21, 2018 6:56 pm
- Forum: Power Boats
- Topic: Building The Vera Cruise
- Replies: 2387
- Views: 323111
:D I'm going to install mine about 1/2 way up the side-maybe slightly higher.don't want to get too high- might fill up someone elses boat.the chris has a sink drain down near the waterline.don't know how legal that would be in canada.so am putting same size waste tank as water tank. :D you will be i...
Wow!! Nice looking motor.Just a question for you.Is that a marine alternator? or automotive?I thought for a boat,that it would be all closed up,not have lots of holes-to avoid sparks in engine compartment.