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    To close out this thread...here is a link to the...

    To close out this thread...here is a link to the final wake plate project:

    https://forum.supraboats.com/showthread.php?21363-New-Swim-Platform-Winter-Project

    Cheers
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    https://i.imgur.com/OiHMzTa.jpg ...

    https://i.imgur.com/OiHMzTa.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/G0cXDMl.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/8Q8V6b9.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/n8OWdGG.jpg
    The final feature are the wake plates. There are 2 that are...
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    New Swim Platform Winter Project

    I finally finished last winter's covid project...the new platform I've been working on...thought I'd show off the details. The original on our 2005 24SSV had reached the point the black rubber was...
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    That's what amazes me...It's not very often in...

    That's what amazes me...It's not very often in life things work better than advertised. Maybe I should look into being a volunteer fireman on the lake, LOL?!?
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    Get this! I have not been able to time the pumps...

    Get this! I have not been able to time the pumps down to prevent over-filling the bags. When I hit the low stop on the timer and still could not stop the pumps, I decided to time the fill/empty...
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    привет тебе

    привет тебе
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    Do you have a heater?

    Do you have a heater?
  8. Thread: Throttle linkage

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    I can't really help you, except to describe what...

    I can't really help you, except to describe what the 2 cables do...

    One is a straight throttle cable to the carb or throttle body. The second is the shift cable to the tranny. The throttle lever...
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    I would stick with oil for gasoline engines. ...

    I would stick with oil for gasoline engines. Diesels see different contaminants since they burn different fuel. They run slower and see no vacuum like your engine does. In general, an engine runs...
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    For 10 years we trailered the boat. Part of the...

    For 10 years we trailered the boat. Part of the routine was to stop on the ramp and let the bilge drain. Now that it lives on the lake the bilge is always wet. It made changing fluids a mess this...
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    Thnx...sounds like next seasons upgrade. It is...

    Thnx...sounds like next seasons upgrade. It is interesting that the factory figured out it was a problem.
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    I hear ya'! I'll be out working on the dock and...

    I hear ya'! I'll be out working on the dock and those little rats will run back and forth, surfing 100 feet from the floating dock. 3000 acres of lake and they'll run right down the line of docks...
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    I think that is the answer...thanks! Do they...

    I think that is the answer...thanks!

    Do they have separate outlets in the hull, or the same one? For a single it would take a couple check valves...
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    I do. But try to imagine how fast the water will...

    I do. But try to imagine how fast the water will be entering through a 1-1/2" hole. If I don't catch it right away, it may not be possible to get to the the valve at the bottom of the bilge, buried...
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    Bilge Pump Location

    I have never been pleased with the stock location of the bilge pump on our 2005 24SSV. It is toward the rear of the bilge, and as the boat floats unloaded it still leaves several inches of water...
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    Wake makers. They advertise a 1" screw fitting...

    Wake makers. They advertise a 1" screw fitting for their 1-1/2" bag fitting, so I measured my original bag threads to roughly 1" and thought I was good. When I actually went to hook them up, it...
  17. Thread: Prop education

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    I am not running an acme. Glad they stock all...

    I am not running an acme. Glad they stock all the props you need, though.
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    The HF pump has 1-1/2" inlet/outlet. I'd be...

    The HF pump has 1-1/2" inlet/outlet. I'd be willing to bet there would be a difference in flow if using 3/4" plumbing.
  19. Thread: Prop education

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    It only takes an hour or so to CNC a prop. Why...

    It only takes an hour or so to CNC a prop. Why would they backorder?
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    The hose has an internal teflon wire to keep it...

    The hose has an internal teflon wire to keep it stiff...I'm not sure heating would accomplish much with it. It is not going to ever bend much. I don't know about the 1-1/4 hose. If you plan the...
  21. Thread: Prop education

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    Prop tech is light years ahead of where it was in...

    Prop tech is light years ahead of where it was in 85. I think you will be pleased. And, because there has been so much change, I would recommend calling the manufacturer you choose to make sure you...
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    There is a large, 40amp breaker, normally forward...

    There is a large, 40amp breaker, normally forward of the engine that could have tripped. That one can be reset. The other circuits are fuses, usually located under the dash...and those must be...
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    +1 for grey.

    +1 for grey.
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    Alright, here are pics of the super pumps...

    Alright, here are pics of the super pumps installed. I finally got the boat out for the first run of the season. Those are 1280# bags that fill in 8 minutes. Emptying takes about 9. They all...
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    47 knot winds right now...you'll have to wait...

    47 knot winds right now...you'll have to wait till I get get to the dock!
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