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  1. Jonny40QBH

    Adding speakers to tower

    So i want to add rear facing speakers to the arch on my 2018 264 Sunesta. My question is: Do i need to add an amp as well or will the factory amp be able to handle the extra speakers. I am not going for the huge wetsounds 600watt speakers but something a lot more subdued. thoughts?? Jonny
  2. Jonny40QBH

    Boat and Dog

    DEFINITELY get a life jacket for the pooch! not only will they be safer but also gives you an easy handle to grab them by to get them out of the water.
  3. Jonny40QBH

    Trim motor help

    it sounds like a loose wire. making contact sometimes and sometimes not. either a ground or something else is loose
  4. Jonny40QBH

    2014 Sunesta taking on water when cruising

    I always have some water in the bilge but it is not even enough for the bilge to be able to pump out. On my 2018 Sunesta, I have a drain on the riser and manifolds that are actuated by a plunger type valve. When i return to my slip, I depress the valve and the water drains into the bilge. Other than that I never seem to have enough water in there to even be able to pump out Jonny
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    Mr. Mom...Michael Keaton!
  6. Jonny40QBH

    Sea Ray also getting out of the yacht game:

    I heard a rumor from somone in the know that Chap is done with the Sig line and will drop it completely in the very near future. I think it is a sign of the times.
  7. Jonny40QBH

    Rearview mirror

    thanks guys
  8. Jonny40QBH

    Cooler recommendations

    I have the igloo cooler that came with the boat. I am planning on modifying it to make it better. Gonna drill a hole through the outer skin and inject expandable foam in between the outer and inner skin. I think that will make this little cooler a LOT more efficient Jonny
  9. Jonny40QBH

    Rearview mirror

    I have a 2018 264 Sunesta. Any recommendations for a rear view mirror to use when towing. Thanks in advance Jonny
  10. Jonny40QBH

    Towing tube from 264

    can someone explain the proper way to attach a tow rope to the transom hook. want to make sure i am doing it right before i give it a try in a couple weeks
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    I have the same problem on my 2018 264 Sunesta. I think the drain line doesn't have enough drop in it to effectively drain Jonny
  12. Jonny40QBH

    Anchor locker chain/rode question

    the only problem i have is that there isn't a cleat in the locker to tie off the rode. I have to tie off to bow cleat. It would make it much cleaner of there was a cleat in the anchor locker
  13. Jonny40QBH

    I know I said I wouldn't use the head but....

    so a couple things I noticed on ours... Same as your boat.. Yes you must sit down as a guy and yes you can't pull your pants up without opening the door unless you are a contortionist. I do find it very room once you are seated. I use the same chemicals that i use in my motorcoach for the holding tanks. Buy on Amazon..very inexpensive. When you go to dump your tank, you have to keep the toilet ball valve open or the stuff will not pump out. Learned that the hard way. There is no need to put chemicals down the sink because that drains overboard and not into the tank Jonny
  14. Jonny40QBH

    Anchor locker chain/rode question

    I have no problem fitting the rode and the chain and anchor in the anchor locker. Everything fits nicely and I don't take to much care to coil it up. There is a drain hole at the bottom of the locker, but mine needs to be drilled out because it is too small and my locker has been filling up with water
  15. Jonny40QBH

    Docking....with wind and little room to maneuver

    SO i think bow in is going to be easier. It sounds similar to my slip. So if i were you, I would come down the port side of the channel. Right before my bow gets to the slip, I would turn the wheel all the way to starboard and bump into reverse for a second or 2 to swing my stern around. When I am sufficiently lined up with the slip. straighten up and pull in. Even if your stern gets pushed passed a little you still should be able to steer in. I am new to this but it has been working pretty well for my slip Jonny