I just purchased a Tri-Hexatoon 1998 23' Flagship. Those Hexatoons cut through the water like a knife! Great performance!
I don't have a manual. It says "Flagship" on the rear side panel.
I did a lot of looking for info on the internet for the "Eroca" hexatoon pontoon boat. I saw some sites...
I learn the hard way sometimes.
Once again THANK YOU to all for the great information!
I was a sad guy yesterday, thinking that I had damaged my engine.
I'm a smarter and happier boat owner this morning!
Thanks for responding.
Are you saying that it is a bonding wire that melted?
I know nothing about what a bonding wire does.
As of now, that's the only thing I see that melted.
I visually saw the wire melt, red hot, there was a lot of smoke.
The wire melted in the middle of the wire. I can see...
I was replacing my (2) batteries and accidently shorted out, melted, the ground wire from the engine block to the rear wall of my engine compartment.
It's in a real tight area to replace the wire.
Can I install a new ground wire from my engine block in an area that's easier to reach?
I like your (2) halves for the roof.
You're correct on the air gap for insulation value. Our sun in the summer is brutal. (1") of closed cell will stop the radiation of heat and it doesn't weigh much.
I will definitely will be running (12V) electrical wire in the roof area.
I used to hunt Huns...
Viet Nam 70-71
OV-10 was kick ass in Nam. Great plane.
There were T-38 trainers in Nam.
We respected all of the pilots. They were all hero's to us.
Flight line maintenance was an incredible system. I've always missed that camaraderie and the fantastic team work.