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Electronics and Electrical / Hailer Horn position - Help me decide
« Last post by Mooch on Today at 10:04:39 PM »
I'm finally getting close to completing the last few projects on my winter list.  Thought this one would be easy, but when I went to install a new SH Hailer Horn on the top forward position on my Skip Top I wondered if further back beneath the radar antenna wouldn't be better where it's more protected and a bit less conspicuous.  Obviously, I'm wondering what the downsides are for either location before I started drilling holes and chasing wires.  Any known problems with proximity to radar antenna?  Both are well positioned over supports for wires. 

So, what's your preference and why? 

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Buy or register a boat in California and you will pay sales tax AND property tax yearly on it :doh:

Fisher California needs those tax dollars for our bullet train between Bakersfield to Fresno, you know how congested that stretch is  :jester: :facepalm:
:jester: I’ve never even been to either  :jester:
:jester:
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Buy or register a boat in California and you will pay sales tax AND property tax yearly on it :doh:

Fisher California needs those tax dollars for our bullet train between Bakersfield to Fresno, you know how congested that stretch is  :jester: :facepalm:
:jester: I’ve never even been to either  :jester:
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Buy or register a boat in California and you will pay sales tax AND property tax yearly on it :doh:

Fisher California needs those tax dollars for our bullet train between Bakersfield to Fresno, you know how congested that stretch is  :jester: :facepalm:
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Fishing Reports & Tips / Re: WA Vet License $$ Donation
« Last post by HemiGTX on Today at 09:33:28 PM »
My opinion is that every American should have the same privileges as the tribes.  And the tribes should have the same responsibilities as the rest of us.

The great thing about America was that there was room for lots of opinions.
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Tips & Tricks / Re: Replacement Swing Tongue Pin
« Last post by Croaker Stroker on Today at 09:31:20 PM »

Loosing the receiver pin would be a bad thing. I never check that at the launch.   :circling_shark:
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Tips & Tricks / Re: Replacement Swing Tongue Pin
« Last post by AJFishin on Today at 09:24:46 PM »
I have a sliding tongue and I bought hitch lock pin, I don't trust the meth heads at the dock either. Not sure if this would be long enough, also not sure if they make longer ones, but if it is, it's worth it.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01DDOPV8A/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_2YuUCbNGBAB37
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Tips & Tricks / Re: Best seats to replace stock arima seats???
« Last post by AJFishin on Today at 09:16:23 PM »
I have Tempress NaviStyle seats and I like them, good price as well. I believe you can also get them in low back as well.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001U7NXME/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_WRuUCbYJWQKW0

I know there are few other guys that recently got some seats and I'm pretty sure they'll post up soon.
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Buy or register a boat in California and you will pay sales tax AND property tax yearly on it :doh:
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 I have bought Arimas in Utah and Washington. There is no sales tax paid in USA as you are not registering them there. There is tax when brought across the border into Canada. The same is true if you buy in  BC and take back to USA. Tax would be paid  in state boat is licensed/registered in.
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