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  • Birthday 08/16/1943

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  1. My wheelhouse is 6 1/2'x12'. I use an Empire 15,000 and it heats it very well. I have 1 1/2" white foam insulation in the walls and ceiling with an uninsulated floor.
  2. I use an Empire Direct Vent with 1x2" studs. To get the 4 1/2" distance you use a vinyl siding kit on the outside of the wall.
  3. I like to leave the bail open, pull the line back to the butt end of the rod and wrap a rubber band over it to hold it. When a fish hits it pulls the rod tip down and pulls the line out from under the rubber band. All you have to do is close the bail and reel the fish in. The number of wraps of the rubber band determines the tension on the line.
  4. I bought a snap down travel cover through Lund which was made by Shoremaster Fabrics.I have had it for seven years and it still fits like a glove. Their site has a list of boats they make covers for.
  5. Hmmmmmm,never have seen a trailered tugboat.
  6. Been using Mystic on my wheelhouse pivots since 2006 with good results. I have only pulled the pivots apart, cleaned them up and greased them once. I do shoot grease into the grease fittings and pivot the axles both ways as far as they will move about once per season.
  7. Been using Mystic JT6 since 1974 with good results Don't believe it's a synthetic I'm having. A hard time finding it around here now.
  8. Why not put a Vexilar DD-100 digital battery and depth gauge on your FL18?
  9. I used a vinyl siding kit which gave me the correct thickness.
  10. Bought my 1141 LED replacement bulbs on an online auction site.
  11. If you run a generator you can buy a 110v heated blanket to wrap around the tank. I have also seen 110v pads to put under tanks to keep them warm.I have used both at work.
  12. Buy the channel from a camper dealer or wherever, attach it where wanted, have a rope sewn in a hem on one side of the canvas so it can be pulled through the channel and put the number of grommets you need for support poles on the opposite side. A good tarp shop should know what is needed. That's the way we did it way back when.
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