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    • granddaddy55

      Posted

      10 minutes ago, iliketoski said:

      That's not a bad idea and is actually closer than my dealer.  While this would work well for doing work on the trailer, I wonder what my options would be to work on the bottom of the boat.  I'll have to give them a call.

      they should have outside ground level racks for staging boats to go in water or clean them coming out,  should be easily available more so than during season 

    • granddaddy55

      Posted

      glad to drive over in the next warm weekend😎😃

    • granddaddy55

      Posted

      if it took a blanket to feel comfortable in the boat spring, fall or winter, my wife wont  go,  she says low to mid 60’s isnt even boat driving weather,  spoiled by the south.   Sunday was  really  75/61-62 and super cloudy so we went for a boat ride only, spoiled rotten, should have taken a sess cause this week it got cold again,  we basically have spring already because the grass is starting to grow and plants and trees are blooming

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    • iliketoski

      Posted

      On 1/16/2020 at 10:26 AM, hawaiianstyln said:

       

      Here is your Rack Storage near you in Cinci

      http://www.rivertownemarina.com/

      That's not a bad idea and is actually closer than my dealer.  While this would work well for doing work on the trailer, I wonder what my options would be to work on the bottom of the boat.  I'll have to give them a call.

    • Mickeypowa

      Posted (edited)

      Hi!!

      Since yesterday I have a problem on my malibu response 2002.

      When I turn the key, the dash doesnt turn on, and if I turn to the start position, nothing happen.

      I thought it was the battery but I tested it and I have 12.8v.

      Then I thought it could be the kill switch, but it is on "all", and the bilge pump is working if I activate it with the button. The lights of the boat are working too if I push the button.

      So what could it be ?

      The ignition switch ? But the key turn well like before...

      Or is there a blown fuse somewhere ??

      Thanks

      Mickey

      Edited by Mickeypowa
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