Mike31406

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About Mike31406

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    Commodore
  • Birthday August 9

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    Lake Greenwood, South Carolina
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    Amateur radio operator

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  1. Welcome to the club. Looking forward to seeing pictures.
  2. Good looking boat. Welcome to the club. You are going to have a great summer on your new Bennington.
  3. I could not resist it.
  4. I have been wondering this myself.
  5. Nice, you are going to have a great weekend!
  6. Our Bennie is on a lift in our backyard. I take her out around 8 am probably 4 times a week. Typically I go out find a nice spot, turn off the motor, drift and read.
  7. I have the same question.
  8. Looks great. I see a great summer coming on!
  9. Great idea! Does it work as good as it looks?
  10. Is there is a way to adjust the throttle linkage on your boat. Maybe someone more knowledgeable than me can comment on this.
  11. Glad to hear it all worked out! Good neighbors are sometimes hard to come by. I think you are going to have a great Summer.
  12. I have two batteries and a switch, my dealor recommended turning off after each use. I asked why and he stated 1) Additional security 2). Prevent draining of batteries if something is left on. No other reasons given when pressed.
  13. I am confident that it will all work out in the end for both of us. It is just so frustrating that it means more time and possibly money in order to get what we paid for once already.
  14. It's pretty cool, I have it. You can change to maybe 18 different colors, select either one color or it rotate through all colors, speed and adjust the brightness. There is a good u tube video on it. Search for Bennington RGB pontoon lighting.
  15. I feel for you. I too am experiencing issues with my 3 year old boat house/lift. The trusses have a 3/4 to 1" gap at the cap and it appears to slowly be getting larger. I have contacted the dock/seawall Company that did the work and of course they are slow to respond. The owner actually came out and looked at it while I was gone. He acknowledges the separation but has offered no course of action. This was over a week ago. There are other potential issues with the way the lift was installed 15 years ago by a different company, but that is another story. I guess it's to much to ask to simply get what you pay for. I could elaborate on this but don't want to hijack thread. Feeling frustrated but loving the new boat, just went over 7.6 hrs.