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  1. OCMD2

    Hull Identification Number

    My "last two" match the year as well.
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    Impellar Housing

    $1,200 seems high. The pump is about $450. About an hour and a half labor.
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    Bimini Wobble

    AFAIK, it's stock. I'm the 2nd owner, but I'm pretty sure it came from the factory that way.
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    Bimini Wobble

    Stiffener on a Sunesta:
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    Boat and Dog

    That there is 7.2 pounds of Alpha Male!!!
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    Boat and Dog

    Definitely go with the jacket! If it's a smaller dog, the backstrap handle makes it easy to grab him/her in the water!
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    vhf marine radio

    RTM = Read the Manual Variant: RTFM
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    vhf marine radio

    What is the make and model of your radio? Did you RTM?
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    Battery's

    I figured that was the case but I just didn't check that position when I tested. I had previously believed that either 1 or 2 would charge both, but decided to test when I had a low voltage issue at the beginning of the season. But now I know!!
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    vhf marine radio

    Once you have your MMSI, you have to program it into your radio.
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    Battery's

    On my Sunesta, switch to #1 charges battery 1 and switch to #2 charges battery 2. I'm not sure about the both position. The boat originally had one battery and I had a 2nd added. The marina advised that stock one-battery setups did not come with an isolator, hence the individual charging. Not a big deal, as I start on one battery one day and the other the next, using the non-starting battery for the day as the house.
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    Ever witness a boating accident?

    You'd think that would be a no-wake, 6 knot zone.
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    Paddle Board

    I wonder if you can mount a trolling motor . . .
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    2014 Sunesta taking on water when cruising

    I always have a tiny bit of water in my bilge, which I attribute to rain. In my case, I also get water in my trash can, and about the only way water is going to get into something like that is going to be rain. One thing I would check would be your water pump. My pump was spraying a bit of water into the bilge, which resulted in more water than usual. I was difficult for me to detect, as when the engine is running, air movement and vibration in the bilge causes some water movement. If you are in salt water, look for some salty overspray.
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    Cooler recommendations

    This is a 24 can soft side. Great for day trips for a few people. I dump a bin of ice into it and have most of it left at the end of the day, starting with cold drinks. It has two side pockets for snacks, utensils, napkins, etc. https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B00367IYJI/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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