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  1. #91
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    [QUOTE=z28ke;336084]My wife got me this rgb underwater led for Christmas and I got around to installing it today. Had to take the grinder to it as others on this forum have done to clear the wakeplate.



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    What lights are those?

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    Itís the Titan-2 (in rgb) from boatpluglight.com

    https://boatpluglight.myshopify.com/...nt=41350053635
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    Quote Originally Posted by z28ke View Post
    Itís the Titan-2 (in rgb) from boatpluglight.com

    https://boatpluglight.myshopify.com/...nt=41350053635
    Did you check to see if the oil drain hose still fits though the hole? Is it a standard drain plug? I would like to get one of those assuming the oil drain still works.


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    I doubt itíll go through since the wires come out of the backside of the drain hole. I always change fluids top side with an oil extractor so itís no worry for me.

    You can kinda see what I mean in this pic from the side

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    That is a cool gadget and smart engineering solution if you didnít get the factory underwater lighting.




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    Hereís what a lot of folks have expressed interest in - adding hinges to the bulky side bench seats on the max.

    Keep in mind I am adding ballast under these seats so I donít need access to the bottom of the compartment. If I was using it for storage I would use a different type of hinge so the seat goes up and back instead of forward and down.

    Note: This is a temporary test run to see if they will work. I only put 2 screws in the seat bottom and used double sided sticky tape on the seat base. Iíll go back and add more screws to the seat and drill out the base and use machine screws with washers and nylon lock nuts when I have more time.







    A link to the hinges:

    https://www.greatlakesskipper.com/lu...SABEgIWwPD_BwE
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    Quote Originally Posted by z28ke View Post
    Hereís what a lot of folks have expressed interest in - adding hinges to the bulky side bench seats on the max.

    Keep in mind I am adding ballast under these seats so I donít need access to the bottom of the compartment. If I was using it for storage I would use a different type of hinge so the seat goes up and back instead of forward and down.

    Note: This is a temporary test run to see if they will work. I only put 2 screws in the seat bottom and used double sided sticky tape on the seat base. Iíll go back and add more screws to the seat and drill out the base and use machine screws with washers and nylon lock nuts when I have more time.







    A link to the hinges:

    https://www.greatlakesskipper.com/lu...SABEgIWwPD_BwE
    That looks like a nice solution. In travel with boards in that storage area but I think it would still be easy to get them in and out. Hmmmm, I may have to order a set.


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    My wife and in-laws got me the wakemakers 720lb bags for my birthday a couple weeks ago and I just finished the install:



    Used a 2 1/4Ē hole saw to drill through the stringers. The ports on the wakemakers bags are a little further apart than the front ports on the stock rear bags so the holes are offset slightly.



    I ordered 8 of these to go over the holes:

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Rig-Rite-Ma...pid=1022100282

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    On to the vent/overflow...



    Green: goes to the vent on the top of the 720
    Red: attach the stock vent hose here from the rear bag
    Blue: attaches to the vent thru Hull barb





    Iím considering Ting into the 720 vent and using 2 fittings on top of the bag like the factory does on the rear bags.

    Note: This has not been water tested yet but seems like itíll work fine based on what others have done.
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    Complete parts list from wakemakers to do it this way (including the crimping tool and a couple extra clamp bands, I think 20ft of hose is enough- I used some extra I had from upgrading my old outbackV a few years ago):









    With the 10% off moomba discount this comes in at under $600 not including the rig rite grommets which are optional of course.

    I canít wait to try it out, bring on summer!!!
    Last edited by z28ke; 02-03-2019 at 01:56 PM.
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