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  1. jpstevens
    I have a setup, not as nice, like the platform you made for client's plotter. To be removable, preventing theft, one must be able to unplug the plotter. I cannot find anything secure that allows me to safely unplug the GPS. Can you tell me what to buy? Thanks

    Jim Stevens
  2. roetter
    I would like to purchase a single 700Ah cell to replace one of my cells. I balanced about 3 weeks ago and so far they are good with daily use of about 300Ah and charging with solar.
  3. exMaggieDrum
    Hi,
    Quick question: Thanks to all the help from you and others I am going ahead with a LiFePO4 installation on my boat. I am having trouble sourcing cells in the US. I prefer Sinoply or Winston types after ruling out CALP and GBS. I have found a distributor for Sinoply in BC Canada but they will only order for you to get them from China, which would be for an April (may be) delivery. Do you know of any source for either brands in the US right now? If you're too busy that's OK. I won't bug you for any other advice. I did just order a Mastech HY3020EX power supply from your recommendation. Your post on your website is full of good info. Thanks. Joe
  4. mark0978
    I'd like to talk about getting webasto heaters installed in both hulls in NYC/nj. Please contact me. 917 345 3358
  5. Greenhand
    I was going to post a question about using butyl to bed the toe rail, but I found your answer on another forum. Thanks again for your contributions.
  6. endoftheroad
    Maine Sail,
    I just want to thank you for your contributions to cruisersforum and to the boating community. I also appreciate your website and you YouTube videos.
    Cheers,
    endoftheroad
  7. kevenbenz
    Hello Maine,
    pls add me as ur friends at skype:kevenbenz/MSN:kevenbj@hotmail.com.
    Thanks
    Keven
  8. scut941
    could you help me. I purchased a 34ft hatteras with same weight as your 17000lbs boat. the boat came with a windlass that is 5/8" rhode only no chain. i also have a rocna 33 and purchased 6ft of 1/2" chain to compensate but this won't go through the windlass so i will have to eventually after hauling anchor go to pulpit and haul in extra 3ft of chain.
    my question is what schackles and swivels did/do you use?
    thanks
  9. tnelson11
    gorgeous avatar...love to know where shot was
  10. CharlieJ
    Maine Sail-Your PM Inbox is full so I can't reply to your latest question re: Mechanical Connections.
    CharlieJ

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    CS-36T - Cupecoy
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    Maine
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    38 years sailing
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