AquaTherapy

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    Mount Pleasant, WI (Geneva Lake)

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  1. How's your restore project going with the Sea Ray?
  2. Also, it looks like you may have the ability to lower the bow roller (there's a set of holes above the current two). That may help the boat sit lower when snugged up against the bow roller.
  3. Extended swim platform
  4. I ordered one from them this Spring. It fit perfectly.
  5. May want to take a look at this site. https://greatlakesskipper.com/chaparral-boat-graphic-decals-106339-5-256-ssx-set-of-4
  6. This is good start. http://www.discoverboating.com/owning/trailering-checklist.aspx
  7. Mine is blue as well. It does show in direct sunlight, but white would probably show better.
  8. Here is one for Gen 2: http://www.ta-group.at/dokus/service manual _14 alpha i gen ii outdrives 1991 to present.pdf
  9. I went this route this Spring. So far, so good.
  10. I use something like this: https://www.amazon.com/LiDiVi-Waterproof-Charger-Digital-Voltmeter/dp/B01M0GR0FQ/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1498485193&sr=8-4&keywords=voltmeter+boat
  11. I have the same pole light in the from of my 2007 256 SSX. I store mine in the starboard bow underseat storage.
  12. I'll check the levels in the cells tonight and add distilled water.
  13. As I get my boat prepped for this summer, I charged the batteries (both starting). One will register as 12.6 V after a 6 amp charge and the other is at 11.7 V after the same charging scenario. So, one is bad, it seems. I plan to replace the bad battery with a deep cycle, but it appears there are no options for pick up an Interstate in my area. Any other same-priced batteries you folks would recommend? Thanks!
  14. I'm a fan of the 3M High Performance paste wax. Use it on my vehicles as well. Leaves a great shine.
  15. Mine came loose on my 256 last year. I had to open the hatch 180 degrees (didn't feel comfortable just propping it up) and a skinnier friend contorted himself with a long-handled wrench to re-tighten the bolts. I owed him big time as he had a fiberglass burn across his stomach trying to get out. I do hope the loctite holds because I may have to pay someone to fix it next time.