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jeffmx

Power to the shed !!

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jeffmx

Finished up my electrical install in the boat's house, and thought I would share some pictures.

The best thing is the central vacumn, which is controlled by a switch next to the retractable power cord, so you can turn it on and off without leaving the boat. Biggrin.gif

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db252

Now come over and do mine!!! Biggrin.gif

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jetskipro550

That big ol fan was a great idea!!! I bet it will help air/dry out your stuff real quick...and when you are doing install/waxing/cleaning the boat it will keep you cool. I am jealous! :)

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jeffmx

Thanks.. It works out really well.

The fan was an after thought, as it was about 100 degrees in there when I was installing the conduit, so it kinda just came to me!

I would love to run compressed air out there, but it might be too much, and then my neighborhood would REALLY think I am nuts.... Biggrin.gif

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sgtsandbagger

Sweet setup Jeff Tongue.gif

What are the dimensions of your shed? (LxWxH of sidwall)

Is there plenty of room with the tongue folded out too?

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jeffmx
Sweet setup Jeff Tongue.gif

What are the dimensions of your shed? (LxWxH of sidwall)

Is there plenty of room with the tongue folded out too?

The tongue is fully extended, and the swim platform is on and the whole thing is fully covered.

The only thing I have to remove before backing in is the trailer guides. The shed is 26' long, about 12'4" high, and about 10'2" wide.

Not as wide as I would like, but I got it in- no easy task, just ask DB252, he was there.You should have seen the looks on the guys faces

when they came to install it -Priceless!

Actually, Dave is the one who did the homework on the shed builder so my props to him. Linky

His is a luxurious 12 wide! Drool.gif

Well at least mine has electricity Tongue.gif

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