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  1. You looking for SS or plastic? Installed some of these recently https://www.ebay.com/itm/Slam-Latch-for-3-4-door-RV-Motorhome-Boat-Drawers-Cabinet-door-PUSH-TO-CLOSE/132462556850?hash=item1ed76236b2:g:RMsAAOSwMEtaU-ab:rk:11:pf:0
  2. You definitely want to use a fuse.. anderson plugs are working great.
  3. I have a bass pro branded one.. I've had it for a few years but starting to question if it works properly. It was stored in a compartment that got a lil wet over a long weekend and it didn't inflate. Wondering if it's a water pressure type deal that inflates it or what? Either way, good deal for a mustang auto inflate.
  4. Happened to me multiple times. I dealt with it all of last year.. no more. My MK plug is now only covering up a hole.
  5. Anderson plugs installed.. had to order a cheapo crimper off amazon. Nice plug, should last a long time. A good option for anyone looking.
  6. The problem with lining it up isn’t so much the actual plug.. but the mounting plate with the small tooth/indent that the female plug has to lineup with. I always had a problem where the screws came loose on the mounting plate and the male plug would just spin and not engage. A shame too because they were so close to getting it right. The 6awg adapter needs some type of clip/bracket to hold the wires in place so they won’t loosen over time. Got the suggested plug in the mail today.. looks good.
  7. Might have to take you up on that if the wires ever come loose on Sturgeon 🤣 I did that with my first boat.. how do you go about charging? Not worried?
  8. It's a piece of junk.. not worth what it costs retail. Early mornings I always have a hard time getting it straight. I'm over it.. hope this new plug is what it's supposed to be. Guess Ill pony up the $ for a nice set of crimpers. Thanks again boys.
  9. Just ordered it. How did you go about installing the wire into the connectors? Crimp tool? Solder? Don't have access to either.
  10. Sweet. Ordering from that website would take too long.. found these on amazon https://www.amazon.ca/Extreme-Max-5600-3102-Battery-Connect/dp/B00VRF7640/ref=asc_df_B00VRF7640/?tag=googleshopc0c-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=292944454766&hvpos=1o2&hvnetw=g&hvrand=13233813681759842771&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9000971&hvtargid=pla-433997423176&psc=1 What do you think?
  11. What plug are you guys using for your trolling motors? Im using the minn kota plug with the 6 gauge adapter and I’m sick of it. Either the wires come loose or the screws that hold the wires strip. Looking for a better option.. and at this point I don’t care how much it costs. Please guys, any input is appreciated. Motor is a 80# terrova if that matters. Thanks.
  12. Pretty slick idea. Thanks.
  13. Are you terrova guys using a mount to secure the shaft when not in use? I see ram mount makes one but I've never had the need to use one. This shaft seems to bounce around a bit more than my trolling motors in the past.
  14. It's a old 16'5" deep v. I'll wait till I get some time in skinny water to see if I want to cut it or not. Now to find some batteries.
  15. Thought about Aikman's. Wasn't sure if they were authorized. It's fine in deeper water but running shallow it will stick up quite a bit. More of a obstacle vs. problem. A 45" shaft would have been to small for my deep v.
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