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About MonkeySeaII

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    Monkey Sea 2
  • Birthday 01/06/1969

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    Moscow, PA
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    Boating, coaching youth Softball, cars, diesel trucks, mechanical engineering

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  1. yes, they aren't going to completely seal. At idle you can hear the exhaust from mine even when they are closed. However, mine are open 99% of the time
  2. I have a set on my trailer. Worth their weight in gold after blowing 3 tires out in 1 trip several years ago. Batteries are replaceable and the range is fine. They read temp and pressure and work well. I have a monitor that I mount on the windshield with a suction cup. The brand is TST
  3. I'm dropping 1 of my sun pad cushions to the upholstery shop today. Getting the seem restitched and 1 tear mended. I have a couple cushions where the seam is starting to pull apart.
  4. considering all of them are basically the same material, my guess is any of them will have the same issue with expansion and contraction. I'll check out Aqua Traction too.
  5. I've had SeaDek for quite a few years in the whole boat. I love it for the most part. However, over the ski locker on real hot days, it will bubble up. I'm also going to replace my swim platform with Aqua Marine Deck because the SeaDek is peeling off. I'm going to hit the end of season sale. Stains have always been easy to clean off and my grey doesn't get hot
  6. I have a Battery Tender brand solar panel. I lay it on my bow cover when I'm not using the boat. It really works well and keeps my batteries topped off.
  7. Can't help ya with the bulb info. but I can see how they'd be helpful pulling on to the trailer at night.
  8. I just talked to my Brother in Law who owns a Chevy, Nissan, BMW dealership. He has almost no inventory right now. And he said trade-in values are way up.
  9. supply & demand. Due to the Rona, demand is waaaaaaaay up and supply is waaaaaaay down. Same story for all rec vehicles and cars as well. And everything is pulling a premium $$ right now. My local dealer was telling me they even sold out of used boats. People were buying whatever they had just to get on the water. And they have zero Chap inventory right now.
  10. Just saw this and I thought I was the only one! My swim platform pad keeps peeling up as well. And the panel on the ski locker lid sometimes bubbles up because it's trying to expand. I'm going to replace my swim platform with a competitor.
  11. people say deodorant soap like Irish Spring keeps the mice away. Last year I took a couple bars and cut them into small chunks and also put them into my storage compartments. It all keeps the boat smelling nice
  12. LOL, you would think! Is it possible that the dealer installs the batteries? And just put them in the easiest spot??
  13. I have loaded my cockpit with dryer sheets every year. I also use "damp-rid" cups and they have a pleasant scent too. I store my boat in a barn that has mice and, knock on wood, for 10 yrs I haven't had any issue. We also put some mouse traps around the barn
  14. I know on my 256, the water tank, holding tank, porcelin toilet, maple cabinet and solid surface sink are all on the port side. On the starboard is the cockpit solid surface sink and the batteries. I never really noticed a list on my boat but I know others have commented that theirs has a list. Mine may, I just never really looked for it
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