N2SUN

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  1. I vote SSX....
  2. The corrosion is caused from using steel screws to mount the bimini brackets on an aluminum arch. Apply Tef Gel on the screws to prevent the corrosion.
  3. Just spoke to Liquid Lite and was told that enough orders had already been placed to get the 199.
  4. Put me on the list also please!
  5. ditto....we keep ours on a rack. Probably saves us a least an hour on the put in and take out.
  6. Please post some information about your trip up the intercostal to Destin. We hope to pull our boat to PCB this siummer and make the same trip to Destin. We'll probably keep the boat on a rack at St Andrews Treasure Island Marina. Have Fun!
  7. What about Joe Wheeler State Park?
  8. Had the same problem with a blower led out. Radio Shack had the replacement leds and replaced both. Very easy fix.
  9. Lost an endcap last summer and ordered replacements direct from Windline. Got the customer service number from their website. They new just what I needed for my boat model and had them in hand within 3 or 4 days.
  10. I've got 3 with 16's and disc brakes.
  11. Previous owner had it installed @ Legendary Marine, Destin, Florida. Works GREAT, and worth every penny he paid for it!
  12. Here is what the windlass looks like on a 276ssx. The ladder has been removed.
  13. Congratulations! You'll love it!
  14. We have a 120v, 20", Sharp LCD @ 44 watts running on a small inverter. It can be used all day on the house battery with no problems. Since all signals are digital now, we use a flat panal antenna which will pick up 10 - 12 local channels with no problem and a great picture. Down-side, no ESPN. The antenna will slide between the bimini canvas and support frame, which has it up out of the way and easily removed. I need the clearance on top of the radar arch to prevent a problem with a local bridge when the lake is up. Currently the tv sits on the counter beside the sink. I bought a mount to go on the radar arch from Jensen, but wasn't exactly what I was looking for. Occasionally it is hard to see in bright sunlight but once it is mounted up higher on the arch, out of the sun, that should help. If anybody has a supplier for a simple removable tv mount, lets hear it! My setup was all Walmart specials, small investment, and is great for watching the games while minding the grill.