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  1. Think they must of had bad cable . I put new spool on a mag 20. Lost a shark and a x4d  probe . Then again bouncing for Lakers cable jumped the pulley went between the pulley and bolt cut it like a knife. Then another when ball came out of water I must of shocked it and it snapped between the  ball and pulley. Switched to 250 lb Mason. Knock on wood haven't broke any off. Wait ripped a mag 10 off the boat when I got hung up. Expensive mistake. 

  2. I had the 262 ran great 28 mph got beat over 3 ftrs . You have to take your time turning in rough seas they do ok seem a llitle top heavy. Get some slop. Stringers are know to be crap. Feel up under all the drain holes if your finger goes in to mush looking at a Stringer job. Or drill and fill . Great boats there getting up in age and need love. 

  3. I have a 94 with twin inboard 7.4s thinking of adding a kicker it has a raymarine autopilot is there a way to connect kicker to it? I looked at my tiller the arm looks electric one wire controlling the ram on the  rudders. 

  4. Been working on the new boat. Seems like house battery is dead 9 volts or so.  I have shore power with a adapter for a regular lead cord. Light for charger comes on cycles then goes green charged. Have 2 sets of wires one going to a isulater other to battery switch. Does the charger need full 30a to work? Or will regular lead be fine? Lost with it isulater should put power to that side once below 12 volts charges when running mains but not shore power. 

  5. The closures are part of a $16 million waterfront improvement effort that combines a trio of projects at Breitbeck Park, Wright’s Landing and the International Pier.

    • The addition of stone and additional landscaping along the bottom of Brietbeck Park and the Harbor Trail will prevent future erosion from high water.
    • Wright’s Landing Marina will have its ground surface elevated two feet, get a new pavilion and welcome center, renovated restrooms, improved wheelchair access, and more firepit and seating areas.
    • The International Pier, currently gravel, will undergo a $6.5 million transformation to a pedestrian-oriented boardwalk pier.

    Construction is expected to last through July 2021.

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