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  • nice sammy!
    2000 ProStar 190, 2003 ProStar 197TT

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    • Put on new Transom Boat Buckle retractable straps. Also started oiling up the Teak deck.

      Its getting closer to puttin her in the water.

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      • I think it was Dummy that mentioned the trucker flaps from Napa so I went and had a look. They were like $20 bucks each and I had $35 in metal plus time and wire. So for $55 I made these.



        I used some trailer safety pins to hold them on to a 1" solid bar. Figure this way I can remove them pretty easily.
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        -Tim

        Making boomers great again!! Boomin'

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        • Gonna dig mine out of the garage today. Lake time tomorrow!
          2002 Blue Prostar 197, 0 Flex Tower, Perfect Pass, and The Preditor-ADHD Skier

          I'm pursuing my lifelong quest for the perfect, the absolutely driest martini to be found in this or any other world. And I think I may have hit upon the perfect formula :

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          • Wirein

            Well, I cut out the old trailer wiring and replaced the first four feet (which was made up of no less than FOUR butt joint connections, each covered in silicone, and 30 layers of electrical tape - whata mess). Now just one butt joint per wire on the four wire connection, staggered, to avoid a big lump, shrink wrapped then covered with two wire covers.... Tested OK!

            Replaced the fuse pannel on the 78 MC S&S. Wow, another disaster waiting to happen. Every wire freyed and almost broken. IF YOU HAVE AN OLD BOAT PLEASE CHECK YOUR WIRING AND FUSE PANNEL Someone "tried" to re-solder the ckt board.... All the connections were toast. Replaced all the connections, and put a nice new modern fuse pannel in... in the process organized all the wiring and re tyrwaped it. Looks pretty good now. (Maybe rewire the boat next winter)

            Finally got the seat back in (which I replaced the wood in earlier this winter)....

            Put another coat on the fender repair. Hope to wet sand, buff soon...

            Good weekend thus far. Lots done. Lots more to do.

            Next weekend maybe the lights (trailer)

            cj

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            • Taught my 9 yr old baby girl to wakeboard today, she's already comfortable both ways and switching.
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              • Originally posted by ctjahn View Post
                Well, I cut out the old trailer wiring and replaced the first four feet (which was made up of no less than FOUR butt joint connections, each covered in silicone, and 30 layers of electrical tape - whata mess). Now just one butt joint per wire on the four wire connection, staggered, to avoid a big lump, shrink wrapped then covered with two wire covers.... Tested OK!

                Replaced the fuse pannel on the 78 MC S&S. Wow, another disaster waiting to happen. Every wire freyed and almost broken. IF YOU HAVE AN OLD BOAT PLEASE CHECK YOUR WIRING AND FUSE PANNEL Someone "tried" to re-solder the ckt board.... All the connections were toast. Replaced all the connections, and put a nice new modern fuse pannel in... in the process organized all the wiring and re tyrwaped it. Looks pretty good now. (Maybe rewire the boat next winter)

                Finally got the seat back in (which I replaced the wood in earlier this winter)....

                Put another coat on the fender repair. Hope to wet sand, buff soon...

                Good weekend thus far. Lots done. Lots more to do.

                Next weekend maybe the lights (trailer)

                cj
                Did you use the original location for the fuse panel or relocate? Have to do the same on my '77 and haven't decided where to go.
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                • Don't know if this counts as working on the boat but we dropped the dock and the two lifts in yesterday. It was a bit cold at 43 degrees but everything is now in. Just my luck it's supposed to be 79 today.

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                  • Sun is shinning....beautiful day. 'Bout time to get the boat out of hibernation! Battery's on trickle charge and the truck's begging to get an MC behind it
                    Hello, my name Ryan!

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                    • Went surfing on it yesterday and will again today! It's gonna be 90 today!
                      -Tim

                      Making boomers great again!! Boomin'

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                      • Washed the boat noticed a little oxidation.... Polished it all out with some 3m fiberglass restorer looks awesome couldn't be happier!!! Getting my new stereo put in next week and then will be ready to hit the water!!!! Oh yeah hydro hoist lift gets put in on the 15th ALMOST TIME!!! can't freakin wait!!!

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                        • Finally titled new trailer and registered boat (have my numbers for the hull now---going to have them prof. painted on) this past week. Am now ready for some warmer weather here in CO.

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                          • I used it....91 today....

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                            • Originally posted by thatsmrmastercraft View Post
                              Did you use the original location for the fuse panel or relocate? Have to do the same on my '77 and haven't decided where to go.
                              I did end up putting it in the same place but used light indicating fuses on the new fuse pannel. I thought about putting it between the speedos but ended up leaving it in the stock (or where it was under the dash) location. I bought the bigger unit rather than the smaller unit for long term flexibility (sound system maybe in the future) I did have to replace some of the wires due to length but not a complete rewire.

                              Bravo to Blue Sea Systems for a nice quality unit with a cover....

                              Today I spent the afternoon wet sanding my repaired fender

                              Cj

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                              • i drove to the lake to see it completely covered with a 2 foot ice slab.

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