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    I am a computer tech by trade. I like working with my hands ether building or fixing things. Into R.C. planes, woodworking but not my strong point.

    I love boating and going to new places by boat. In some cases it been a fun and a learning curve. At times living on the boat up to a week on vac.

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  1. You are right. If the plates/gaskets are not the right ones the coolant will run out of the motor.
  2. Are the batteries connected? Have you taken a voltage reading? Are the battery switches on? Have you cleaned and check the battery connections? I would think that you blow two breakers at the same time
  3. I would ground the tank any way I can. Boat fuel gauges are not very accurate. When under way, I use my GPH (gal per hour) to get a better feel for what is left in the tank.
  4. I would do it your self. Its easier than you think.
  5. Iggy


    Makes prefect seance to me. This must be on a 50+ foot boat.
  6. Yes and no........ The longer the run the bigger cable you are going to need for the same load. Thats one reason why you find the bow thruster battery in the bow.
  7. Note how short the battery cables are. The shorter, the more amps it can handle.
  8. Yes, there never used at the same time. Thrusters use a lot of power than a windless. So you will need to do the math between gauge wire, load and distance.
  9. Run it up to temp and check!
  10. You forgot about diesel! My next boat is a in-board. No more outdrives!!
  11. Buy a bigger boat! Thrusters take up a lot of room. Also, you will need at least a group 24 battery install in the bow.
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