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  1. Elliott

    2020 FSH 210 and Tongue Weight Question

    From your photo #2, it looks like your ball is at an angle, and that would cause the problem you are experiencing. You need to buy a new tongue (not a new receiver) that will hold the ball perpendicular to the ground. Based on the markings, your tongue is strong enough so unless you did some...
  2. brian86992

    Many questions - Need help (length, wake, accessories, etc.)

    ...way to get an answer on the internet is to post the wrong answer. You'll be corrected by 10 people before you can blink. :D To your point #2, not saying you shouldn't go with a 25' class but take a look at the 21' before writing it off for lack of space. The 21' Yamaha really feels like a...
  3. props2you

    242/275 toilets: these are just portapotties right?

    ...and no. I use the 5 gallon Dometic that I've mounted in the head. Mostly used for early and late season when it's too cold. I do empty mine locally on my compost pile (all liquid) NO #2!!! Those that MUST go #2, must also clean it! It's mostly for the ladies, guys use a jug and dump it overboard.
  4. Inthrustwetrust

    Running wire thru tower on forward swept

    ...at a angle and started turning and poking until she went through. Bent the hanger back straight as I could, reattached the speaker wires for hole #2, and pulled them through. I was pretty worried about pinching wires on the sharp edges of the hole I drilled since it was then stuffed with...
  5. 2kwik4u

    Truck shopping...

    I can't comment on #2, or #3, however here's where I'm at on #1. A word up front. I think we can all agree that we don't NEED a truck. We just WANT trucks to support our hobbies and interests. I'm going to be using NEED in this response in place of WANT, because, well......we all get it...
  6. A

    Considering adding a 2nd battery to my SX-230 HO

    ...an add-on? I can go over later today to see if it is a two position switch (on/off) or 3 position which I assume would be battery #1, battery #2, and off. I understand the current draw and amperage drop from the large wire run if I separate the batteries. After reading your thoughts I will...
  7. wahoowah

    Vacation to Destin, FL

    Ditto #2, especially near crab island.
  8. W

    Really weird issue need help. Engines overheating randomly Yamaha/Dealer says it’s not happening

    ...is any salt there. I would liken it more to fine sand. In places in the water jackets it got packed pretty hard, especially by cylinders #1 and #2, the furthest from cylinder #4 where the cooling water enters through a peep hole. My advice to fellow members is try not to suck up anything off...
  9. F.M.

    Brake upgrade 2016 Ram - suggestions?

    ...distance with less effort. I haven't actually timed a stop or measured stopping distance, I'm strictly basing this off of experience. (Side note #2, I pull this trailer an average of 400 miles a week, so I'm pretty well tuned in to how my trailer feels with different loads, up and down hills...
  10. wTheOnew

    2019 Fusion & Error mute ?

    For 2, press the center of the volume knob to cycle through zone 1, zone 2, and both. On the Connext zone 1 is front and zone 2 is back on the fade setting.
  11. seanmclean

    242X / Head/Porta Potty

    The top and bottom separate, just take the bottom into any bathroom and dump down the toilet. It's super easy, but this is strictly for #1 only. If you #2, you get to clean it.