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    The water pump will probably not work. The...

    The water pump will probably not work. The impeller will have taken a set from being in the same place fo so long, if not dry rotted.

    Otherwise I wouldn't do much else.
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    That's on the bottom of the radiator, not the...

    That's on the bottom of the radiator, not the reservoir.
  3. It is sold.

    It is sold.
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    Either the tank itself, or there is a Y-hose that...

    Either the tank itself, or there is a Y-hose that runs from the water pump, and splits off the the heater core and coolant reservoir. The Y fitting is plastic, as are the clamps. They degrade or...
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    You can upgrade an older Terrova to the newer...

    You can upgrade an older Terrova to the newer Bluetooth system with a heading sensor. Most choose not to because of the cost ($600), you have to change a lot of parts.

    *** DIY Minn Kota Terrova...
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    Not sure if the 4 has it, but on my bigger...

    Not sure if the 4 has it, but on my bigger Striker units you have to go in the settings and select which transducer you have. Maybe run through that and double check that you have the right one...
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    Fully charged 6v should be somewhere around 6.6....

    Fully charged 6v should be somewhere around 6.6. That number is not all that important though and seems to vary between batteries.

    I would load test them real quick with something like this. Most...
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    If you plan to keep this setup I would use...

    If you plan to keep this setup I would use something like this for simplicity.

    Yuasa 6/12 Volt, 2 Amp Automatic Battery Charger & Maintainer [2 Bank]: BatteryMart.com

    I would not charge them in...
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    You should really charge them individually. When...

    You should really charge them individually. When charging in series, there is nothing to limit the current each battery is getting, no equalizer, so to speak. One battery can be soaking up all of it...
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    I'll be mowing the lawn and taking care of other...

    I'll be mowing the lawn and taking care of other projects.

    The knuckleheads and pleasure boaters can have their last hurrah this weekend. I'll be more than happy to have the lake to myself in the...
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    Berkley Lightning Rod and a Pflueger President.

    Berkley Lightning Rod and a Pflueger President.
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    When in series, the batteries will charge...

    When in series, the batteries will charge according to their internal resistance. If you have one with lower resistance, it will get most of the current.

    With two good batteries, they charge close...
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    I had to replace the stator a couple weeks ago,...

    I had to replace the stator a couple weeks ago, along with the switch box and trigger. That's all fine.

    I believe the rectifier is fine, it's just not really a direct fit for my motor. I have...
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    That is a possibility, but like I said, Terrovas...

    That is a possibility, but like I said, Terrovas automatically disconnect power when stowed. With others you should flip the breaker before charging.
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    Hook the charger leads up to one battery, and...

    Hook the charger leads up to one battery, and have the switch set to 1+2 while charging. This way the batteries are still isolated, if you wanted to keep one in reserve.

    Keep in mind that charge...
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    You really have to spend some time with a cable...

    You really have to spend some time with a cable steer unit to notice a difference. They can go full rotation in half a second, an electric steer takes 2 or 3 times as long. When you're used to that...
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    I sent them an email a long time ago and never...

    I sent them an email a long time ago and never got a reply.

    I tapped the tach wire in with one of the stator legs (like how it is on the factory rectifier), and it works perfectly now. Not sure...
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    On the old Powerdrives, pedals are NLA and any...

    On the old Powerdrives, pedals are NLA and any NOS or used pedals are pricey. Newer V2 models don't have that issue.

    They are decent motors. Digital speed control on all of them. The stow/deploy...
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    Regulator and Tach Problems

    My motor is older with an unregulated charging system. I installed a tach shortly after buying it, and never had any trouble with the tach, but it would routinely charge at 16-17 volts.

    I...
  20. Powertech 10.5x13P Stainless 3 Blade Prop

    Powertech SWC3R13PM70 3 blade prop for sale. Stainless, 13 pitch, 10.5 diameter. Comes with a 13 spline Mercury hub, but will likely fit many others with a different hub kit. There is not a ding or...
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    Sold

    Sold
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    Another thing to check is that the timing advance...

    Another thing to check is that the timing advance arm is moving fully.

    Had that problem on my boat and the dang mud bees stuck a mound right where the timing arm stop is, so it only opened half...
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    I would check the easy stuff first, make sure...

    I would check the easy stuff first, make sure that the throttle cam is working and both carbs are opening equally, make sure that the timing is set properly, and make sure that the cable is not bound...
  24. None of those restoration kits last for more than...

    None of those restoration kits last for more than a few months. The only thing that will is a new pair.
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    I used one of these on my last boat. Easy to...

    I used one of these on my last boat. Easy to install and allows you to take the seat off easily, should you need to.

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  26. Thread: Noisy Terrova

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    Noisy Terrova

    I have a well used Terrova that is about 10 years old. Bought it used and haven't had any major trouble with it. However, lately the thing has been creaking like crazy. It is quiet while turning,...
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    Qucksilver Stainless Prop

    Got an extra Quicksilver stainless prop from a parts motor that I brought home yesterday. I have two already and don't need it. It has a couple small dings from use but is still in great shape.
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    I think all but Mutton north and Greenfield are...

    I think all but Mutton north and Greenfield are useable.

    The lake is down about 5 feet but still 12 feet over pool. Dropping somewhere around 4 inches a day.
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    I don't believe so, one port is for 2D sonar and...

    I don't believe so, one port is for 2D sonar and the other down/side imaging.
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    You might want to play with weight distribution....

    You might want to play with weight distribution.

    I had a 9.8 Merc on a 1448 Semi-V. It would do 17 mph unloaded with just me. When I put the battery in the rear, it was a slug and would barely do...
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