The console has decent room. I can fit inside with enough room to turn around. I can't quite stand up in there though. There used to be a head in there that I removed because nobody ever used it. From the looks of it, it seems like things just need to be disconnected and rewired. The biggest problem is that I don't live in pcola. My boat is there though.
X-Shark, I'm having flashing bottom lost issues as everybody is having with my DSM 300, I'm at witts end with this junk box. Had it tested at Raymarine and they say its working. Not working on y boat very well. I'm in S. Fl. (Ft. Lauderdale). I changed ethernet cable and didn't help. Some times if I reset it it comes back on and reads for awhile than starts flashing again. Any advice? I read your the man.
X-shark, I was referred to you by another member who said you might be able to help me
correct an electrical short on my boat. It is a 26' Twin Vee center console, similar to the hulls used by SeaTow in this area. Twin Yamahas, two batteries with on/off/1/2/both switches on each side. 2003 hull, newer batteries, recent repeated draining of batts, maybe related to bilge pump which burned out due to sticking float switch? I can trailer it,
or have power at dock. Please call me at 850-637-3500 if u can help or know who can.
Hello X Shark.
I haven't logged in here in a while. I'm also a member of classicmako forum. But I don't post much. I have a 1988 Mako 254 that needs a new transom. And was wondering if you could do the repair and what it might cost? I live in Midway/Navarre and can bring the boat to you. I've seen your work and have been blown away by the craftsmanship.
My name is Sean Maloney. My # is 850-23-8884. I do shift work so if I don't answer just leave a message and time to call you back. Or my email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
If nothing else I coul really use some advise on what the boat really needs.
Hey you replied back to a thread I posted this past morning. What do you suggest I do with the stufff I currently have the 900 Watt genny the 2 sea striker lights and I also have 4 work lights I can change the bulbs out on I want to use the genny I currently have and I want to have the most suffecient light I can have without going over the suggested specs on the genny give be some ideas I can even go as far as adding another sea striker light in the center if that is what's needed any info would be appreciated
I have a 31 gallon gas fuel tank that needs to be leak tested. Can you do that for me? If so please send me your address or any replies to email@example.com.
If the tank is fine it will also need the coal tar epoxy applied. Do you have any?
Keith Rawson (Ocean Master)