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  1. and a very merry Christmas to all! Mossey
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  2. Mike and Carol, Now that you have decided on 2 Battle Born batteries, you shouldn’t have a problem with the hold down strap hooks. You will have plenty of space. I placed my 2 BB's crosswise because I planned for a 3rd battery from the start. So I placed them in the center and used 1"x4" PVC board placed flat on the bottom of the tray in back of and in front of the batteries to keep them centered in the middle of the tray front to back. Then I placed 1"x4" and 1/4"x1.5" PVC board on edge creating a 1" spacer for each side to control side to side movement. I had less than 4000 mil
    4 points
  3. We are fortunate to live in a neighborhood like the old days. Borrow an egg, a cup of flour. Air up tires, if you have a compressor. Etc. We share . One of my newest neighbors dropped off cookies on our doorstep today, Christmas eve. We had lost my mother -in-law's recipe for spritzen cookies, though I had saved her 50s press for my daughter. My new neighbor's cookies tasted just like the cookies my daughter "helped" her gramma Zizi make, so many years ago. My neighbor, Beth has offered not only her recipe, but lessons for my daughter. Which is wonderful, because I never w
    3 points
  4. Well we caught Santa warming his buns last night by our fireplace...😄
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  5. John, Thanks, Understand now. On Hull #75 eight self drilling screws were used to secure the tray to fiberglass, but rivets were not used for that purpose. Battery trays were attached differently to fiberglass on some trailers.
    1 point
  6. Bill I am referring to the fasteners that attach the supports to the fiberglass. On mine (Hull 218) there are two 3/16” steel pop rivets in the area circled. (The inner fasteners are 1/4” bolts and nuts.) That is where the fender well is, there is no way to access the bottom unless you drilled all the way through and put a nut up underneath, from above the tires. I am OK with blind rivets IF there is metal for them to grab onto.... John Davies Spokane WA
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  7. John, Are these the rivet heads you're talking about? Already have new 1/8" neoprene rubber to sandwich between the tray rails that originally contacted fiberglass on our 2015 LE2. Oliver has not emailed the shipping notice for the new tray assembly, hoping tray will ship before New Years. Here's bottom of old tray where you can see the front rivet heads will contact the battery compartment fiberglass floor unless something is sandwiched between the tray rails and fiberglass:
    1 point
  8. It may look like a small thing, but, it obviously comes with a big heart. You are fortunate to have such a neighbor. Bill
    1 point
  9. We have two of the "James" thingys. I have one on the pantry wall (Elite II) at the foot of the bed that I use for my cell phone - A Samsung 10 ( 3" x 5 3/4" in a case) fits perfectly. The divided section is perfect for keeping a pen handy.
    1 point
  10. Small things do matter... Merry Christmas! Mike
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  11. Bill: I have used the socket handle and can see no evidence of damage. The new model Anderson shaft ball turns much more easily than the old. If I happen to have the triangle plate installed and the chains unshackled I can turn the shaft with just my hands on the triangle plate, That of course is with no trailer weight on the ball. Best regards, John Shkor SailorsAshore
    1 point
  12. Christmas Florida style. The little boat parade in our daughter's neighborhood, past weekend. We wish you a safe and happy holiday.
    1 point
  13. I'm just happy that a thread I started has eventually evolved to the topic of Shower Beers. ;)
    1 point
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