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Old 05-02-2013, 22:14   #16
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Re: Will 200 amp alternator work on Lehman 120hp

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Old 06-02-2013, 15:48   #17
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Took a look at the Elctromax web site. Doesn't appear that have a it for a Lehman. I'll look them up at the boat show">Miami boat show and ask.
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Old 09-02-2013, 22:38   #18
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If you're running air conditioning, microwave, electric stove, etc, then perhaps you should be living in a house, not on a boat.
No, it's called comfort. We are the same people on a boat as we are are at home. Our need to be fed and abide in a comfortable atmosphere are the same. We like to have hot water for coffee or tea, to defrost frozen food etc.


A microwave does that whether on a house or a boat.


Why swelter when you can be cool and comfortable in the cabin? An air conditioner provides that.

Some prefer electric to propane stoves because they obviate the need for a dangerous gas system.

I just don't understand why people have to equate modern day boating with yesterday's raw camping adventures in the backwoods.

We have moved on.

PS we have 2 televisions and could do with a third. On the bridge :-)
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Also, may I add, that sort of gratuitous "advice" which is really judgemental and not in the least constructive, really adds nothing to forums where people seek, or share, information.

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Also, may I add, that sort of gratuitous "advice" which is really judgemental and not in the least constructive, really adds nothing to forums where people seek, or share, information.

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CF is, and has been mostly of the conservative types that like to squeeze as much out of a amp as possible.
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You may want to consider a pto set- up, we use a similar set up driving (2) 100 amp alt. I am doing this off a Perkins 4-108
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I thought about the PTO approach, but lack the room at the front of the engine. I would love to have hydraulic power for thruster and windlass. Ended up having to go electric.
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