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About Fishin2Deep4U

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  1. Fishin2Deep4U

    Pump wire...

    Boost control!
  2. Nice ride! Dave
  3. I probably should talk to you about this one. Dave
  4. Fishin2Deep4U

    2nd Gen Edge Juice With Attitude CTS with Hot Unlock

    We gave it a shot. Thanks for checking! Dave
  5. Well first off, happy birthday. And I know I am probably out of the logistics for help, but if you need anything you know how to reach me. Dave
  6. Fishin2Deep4U

    2nd Gen Edge Juice With Attitude CTS with Hot Unlock

    No worries. Thanks for checking! Dave
  7. Fishin2Deep4U

    2nd Gen Edge Juice With Attitude CTS with Hot Unlock

    Ben, Take a look here. I am looking for the CTS2. https://youtu.be/lVAAe4McTsk Dave
  8. Fishin2Deep4U

    2nd Gen Edge Juice With Attitude CTS with Hot Unlock

    Sounds good. Dave
  9. Fishin2Deep4U

    2nd Gen Edge Juice With Attitude CTS with Hot Unlock

    I know its a CTS, but CTS or CTS 2? I might be interested just for the screen. Dave
  10. Fishin2Deep4U

    2nd Gen Edge Juice With Attitude CTS with Hot Unlock

    Sorry, somehow missed that. Dave
  11. Fishin2Deep4U

    Need some new deep cycle batteries

    Unfortunately, the performance difference is just not there to justify AGMs. If I were mounting them up front, I would definitely be more inclined to use them. If I could get the Sears Platinum series still, I would go that route. The East Penn built Group 27s at Sam's Club don't have the Amp Hours. I still think my best bet is lead acid batteries. I can get 100AH Group 27 batteries at Costco or even Wal-Mart. They are in the same case. I could even drop in a 8D and get over 240AH. But it will be spendy. Dave
  12. Fishin2Deep4U

    2nd Gen Edge Juice With Attitude CTS with Hot Unlock

    Is this a CTS model or the old school monochromatic screen? Dave
  13. Well it's time to put some new batts in the bay boat. The two in there have lost the will to live. I have 2 group 27 batteries in place now. I plan to add a third. I want to use the deep circle in a bank to maximize amp hours for house loads and I willadd a third dedicated starting battery. So, I am looking for the most cost effective way to get at least 200 amp hours. This bank will run everything other than starting. I plan to add a helm autopilot, so I need the reserve. This will allows have an ACR install so that the starting battery gets topped first, then the house. My battery box is approximately 40" wide. So what batteries have you had good luck with? And yes, I will probably stay with lead acid unless the performance difference is just too great to ignore. Dave
  14. Fishin2Deep4U

    Grand Design axle/brake issues

    I agree with discs. Going to upgrade our 5er at some point. Probably go with Kodiak e-coat, but not yet sure of which pump. One thing about the leaking seals. I assume it's a spindle lube system. Based on your description of the leaking seals. If so, they could have been this way from the factory or from a dealer service. This is largely due to using a pneumatic grease gun and not rotatingthe wheel while greasing. I have used that system for years on my boat trailers. And I just ordered 2 new axles for the bay boat specifically for this feature. I also run electric drums on the boat trailer but that's a topic for another day. Spinning the wheel while greasing is critical with those hubs. And I usually only grease after I put some miles on it to warm things up. Don't know if that helps. Just thought I would mention it. Dave
  15. Fishin2Deep4U

    Trailer Alignment in Everett/Seattle

    While it's easy to measure from a fixed point to a fixed point, it doesn't really speak to accurate alignment. The axle spring, backing plate, ext could be in the correct spot. But the spindle could be out of alignment. And not to mention many axles have camber built in. So it's not just throw a gauge on it and call it good. One primitive method we used on tandems is to use two bare wheels and a straightedge through the hub centerline. A misalignment of the axles becomes obvious. We then measure the distance from the wire out of each backing plate. But I agree finding someone that knows how to do it right. I can only get it close. Dave
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