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Asmodeus2112

Battery Charger AC Inlet Port

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Asmodeus2112

I just bought an Evolution cover, so I'd like to be able to tow the boat with the cover on to the storage bay and plug it in without undoing the cover to reach in there and find the plug. Any suggestions? Right now my thinking is to stick an extension cord out the tower leg hole in the cover and secure with a strap. Better ideas?

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MalibuNation

You can do a thru hull connector.  Very common with larger boats

 

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Asmodeus2112
10 minutes ago, MalibuNation said:

You can do a thru hull connector.  Very common with larger boats

 

Yeah, guess I'm not quite that committed. How common is this on wake boats do you think?

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Ronnie

In my last boat I had a 12' extension cord that I kept plugged in to the charger and laying in the bow seat while the cover was on. When it went into storage, I could get some slack in the cover cinch and reach under the cover at these of the bow to get the extension cord to plug into power.

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Logan

@Asmodeus2112 hey I know this is off topic but your profile doesn't allow messages and I wanted to ask about a bimini top you had on one of your boats. Could you shoot me a text or give me a call 720 692 4762. 

Thank you very much!

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Bill_AirJunky

My on-board charger, bilge heater & dehumidifier come together in the back corner seat. I plug them into a 3 way adapter & then a 20' extension cord that extends out the back of the cover. I have to pull the cover to do other things so pulling the extension cord too hasn't been an issue.

I've never seen a thru hull connector on a wake boat. I certainly wouldn't do it below the rub rail. Maybe inside on the rear corner vents?

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