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Marine Sanitation Specialists Show How to Keep Your Trailer Looking Great
fresno-seo.net/marine-sanitati… Your Marine Sanitation Professionals Have Some Great Ideas for Boat Trailer Maintenance  Raritan Engineering your marine sanitation experts would like to share with you these topics we thought would be of interest to you this month regarding how to keep your boat trailer looking great. My good friend Chuck Larson and his buddy Bob “Toes” Lund are the Lucy and Ethel of the Lake View Inn. Your marine sanitation specialists know that they frequently cook up beer-fueled schemes designed to put extra cash in their fun kitty. With the arrival of boating season, they came up with an idea that was borderline predatory. Toes, who recently retired from a gig driving the ­Frito-Lay truck and restocking Cheetos, Fritos and Doritos – hence the nickname – had noted that the number of disabled boat trailers abandoned on the road side escalated on the Fridays before the fishing opener and Memorial Day weekend.  Your marine parts UK analysts want you to remember these tips. Air Up the Tires If, on May 1, your boat-trailer tires are each holding about 12 pounds of air, they will overheat and fly apart after about 50 miles. Tires naturally lose about a pound of air a month, and if you last added air in 2014 … well, there you go.  Carry a Spare Tire It doesn't even have to be mounted on the trailer. Just throw it in the truck bed. Your Marine Sanitation Analysts Suggest Following These Steps Closely to Avoid Your Trailer Breaking Down Don't forget how important marine sanitation is on your vessel. If you ever have any questions regarding marine supplies, you can always count on us here at Raritan Engineering. Your marine sanitation professionals want you to then make sure your jack fits under the trailer axle and your lug wrench fits the nuts on the ­trailer wheels. Service the Wheel Bearings Your marine parts online experts know that by the end of last season, your trailer bearings were dry, and then they sat all winter, and now they are rusty and will fail before you get to the cottage. If the wheel doesn't simply fall off – a serious safety issue – it will be restrained only by the axle nut and a big washer, and any remaining grease will be cooked to coke, and a sad bearing race will be welded to the spindle. WASH IT Frequently trailers have an auto finish with multiple coats of paint and sealant. Warm water and gentle soap does a great job, finished with a rinse from the hose. Spend time cleaning the reflective plates and lights, and rinse the undercarriage where road dust accumulates to prevent debris from degrading moving parts.  CHECK THE TIRES Under-inflated tires can shred, and over-inflated ones will wear out fast. Follow the manufacturer's recommendations on tire pressure. Eventually you'll have a tire problem, so always carry a spare – and make sure that it has air in it! Trailers don't come with changing kits, so you'll need a tire iron for taking off bolts as well as a separate jack.  CHECK THE LIGHTS Most states require trailers to have functioning brake and tail lights, turn signals and license plate lights. Your marine parts direct specialists suggest that you follow the wires to check that the insulation is in good shape, and wrap any worn or corroded sections with electric tape.  DON'T FORGET SAFETY! Your ATV or bike should be part of the platform when you haul it, so after loading up leave it in park with the brake engaged, and strapped from four points – tightly enough that the suspension feels stiff and has little sway.  If you do end up stranded and two guys in a ratty Ram truck pull up and offer you a new wheel and tire, offer them beer in lieu of cash. Buy sanitation equipment here at Raritan Engineering, where we always take care of your marine supply needs.  via Off My Dock: The Good Samaritans via How to Keep Your Trailer In Good Shape via Photo Share this: fresno-seo.net/marine-sanitati…
TruDesign Blog: Easy Ways to Prevent Boat Breakdown
fresno-seo.net/trudesign-blog-… Keep Your Boat in Great Condition Longer Raritan Engineering Company your TruDesign specialists would like to share with you these topics we thought would be of interest to you this month regarding future alternative boat fuels powering your success. Your TruDesign professionals talk about how many boats use small lashing to tighten and finish off their lifelines. Don't depend on the small 1/8” stainless loop welded on the pulpit. Instead, run the small lashing through the small stainless loop and then around the entire leg of the pulpit.  For example, a broken outhaul can ruin a race. But you can be prepared for this with a few simple ideas. On small boat such as the Melges 24, I install a small 'V' cleat at the back of the boom on one side and drill a small hole on the other side.  If you have a loose-footed main, you attach the mainsheet blocks using lashing or loops that go completely around the boom rather than just through an eye on the underside of the boom. Like the lifelines, this is much stronger and safer. 10 Simple Solutions for the Most Common Boating Breakdowns You've seen the bumper sticker: A bad day of boating is better than a good day at work. Cute, but would you really feel that way if you were adrift 10 miles from the ramp, with a boatload of tired, cranky passengers and an engine that won't start? At that point, you don't need a slogan, you need a plan. Sometimes, your only option might be to ask for help – either from a professional towing company or a fellow boater. But in most instances a well-prepared skipper can make the necessary repairs to get the boat back to port without assistance.  #1: It's Sputtering and Losing PowerYour boat feels like it's running out of strength (and you've ruled out the No. 1 breakdown reason – running out of fuel). You most likely have a filter problem or fouled plugs. Solution: Replace the in-line fuel filter – you did bring a spare, didn't you? If not, you can at least remove and clear the filter element of any debris, and drain any accumulated water.  Prevention: It's possible to buy a bad load of fuel, but it's more likely that the fuel went bad while in your boat. Leaving a tank near empty for long periods of time can cause condensation and water in the gas.  Older tanks might have debris at the bottom, which can get stirred up as the fuel level drops. The best solution might be increased filtration. Consider adding a larger aftermarket fuel filter. And don't forget the spare elements. Carry Onboard: Spare filter or filter element and a filter wrench. Good Boat Maintenance Means Less Spending Later On #2: The Belt BrokeYou probably won't hear the sound of a drive belt breaking over the general engine noise, but you will know something's wrong when your overheat warning light comes on, or your voltage meter shows that the alternator isn't charging. Having a broken belt is a scenario unique to inboards and I/Os, and one that can shut you down in hurry. Without a belt intact, you'll have no alternator or water pump. We are proud to be your TruDesign supplier here at Raritan Engineering. Visit us and see how we are the #1 expert in marine sanitation supplies. Solution: There's a lot of info out there on jury-rigging a temporary belt by using fishing line or pantyhose or some such. This might work, but wouldn't it be easier to just carry a spare, along with the wrenches needed to change it? Prevention: Inspect, tighten and dress the belt. You also might want to check the condition of the pulleys' contact surfaces. Sometimes, corrosion can cause rough spots on the pulleys that will eat a brand-new belt in short order. Carry Onboard: Marine tool kit, which includes everything needed for this and other basic repairs. #3: The Engine Is OverheatingThe needle on the temperature gauge is rising. This almost always means you have a lack of water flow in the cooling loop. Outboards, most small inboards and I/Os don't have radiators like your car, and instead use the water they are floating on to cool the engine.  Solution: Trace the source. In a vast majority of cases, the problem is an obstruction in the raw water intake – like weeds, mud or a plastic bag. Locate the intake and clean it out. A loose hose clamp or a split or burst hose can also slow water flow, and it can spray damaging moisture around the engine. Prevention: Regularly service and replace the impeller. Also look at the condition of its housing. Scarring or pitting of the metal housing can cause even a good impeller to lose pumping power. Make sure you or your mechanic checks for corrosion or blockage in the exhaust system. Every so often, have the exhaust risers and associated components opened up for inspection.  Carry Onboard: Soft wire or rod to snake intake clogs. So don't forget these great reminders on how to keep your boat in great condition. 1) If your engine is sputtering or losing power…..Replace the in-line fuel filter;  2) if the belt brakes…..There's a lot of info out there on jury-rigging a temporary belt by using fishing line or pantyhose or some such, or bring a spare;  and 3) the engine is overheating…..Trace the source. In a vast majority of cases, the problem is an obstruction in the raw water intake – like weeds, mud or a plastic bag. Locate the intake and clean it out. New Zealand fisherman reels in 321-pound marlin too big for his boat Josh Roberts spent an hour reeling in the massive marlin. “It was an epic day,” he said. A 25-year-old angler in New Zealand caught himself a monster marlin during a fishing trip late last week – but the fish was so large he couldn't even haul it into his boat. “It was an epic day,” recalled Josh Roberts, a Whangarei resident, of his 321-pound catch. “It had a lot of fight in it, so I got the fish to the boat in about half an hour, then tried to pull it in but failed because it still had plenty of energy left in it,” said Roberts, according to the New Zealand Herald. “I basically tied it up alongside the boat so it would drag through the water,” said Roberts, adding that he raced back to shore to avoid having his catch stolen by sharks.   Roberts hauled his catch home and used a relative's smoker to cook the fish. He said he plans to give much of it away to co-workers and family, and then it's right back out to the water. “The forecast looks pretty good again for Friday, so I think I'll be out there again,” Roberts told the Herald. “I just love being out there on the water.” Order your TruDesign parts here at Raritan Engineering and see how we provide you the best products in the marine sanitation industry today. Be sure to watch our latest video on TruDesign below.  via Tweaked: Four Breakdown-Prevention Tricks via Top 10 Reasons Boat Breakdown via Photo via New Zealand fisherman reels in 321-pound marlin too big for his boat Share this: fresno-seo.net/trudesign-blog-…
Don't Forget to Bring Spare Engine Parts When Cruising
fresno-seo.net/dont-forget-to-… Cruising sailors rely on their motors a great deal more than they want to confess. Even though the internet has indeed helped close the gap in between parts providers and cruising sailors in far corners of the planet, the long-term cruiser however has to carefully consider which spare components as well as supplies he needs to carry with him. A list of suggested spare parts will differ somewhat by what brand name you engine you have and where you are travelling. Components for our old Volvo MD2B were really expensive and difficult to find anywhere, so my wife Theresa and I had to balance our desire to be self-sufficient along with our skimpy budget. Fuel Filters We had a Dahl fuel filter, most other boats had Racor. We located fuel filter components all over the world, however obtaining the amount and micron rating we needed to have was no guarantee. Keep in mind you have at the very least two filters: a remote main filter between the tank and the engine, and a factory-installed auxiliary filter on the motor itself. The secondary filter is certainly generally more challenging to find. Engine Oil In case you're choosy about motor oil– and you should be– you might find your preferred oil in some countries. In some cases it is readily available under a different label, and with a little research study you could sort this out. Generally speaking, you'll be able to locate diesel motor oil with the specified American Petroleum Institute (API) certification or its equivalent practically anywhere you can purchase fuel. Belts You'll need spare V-belts for you alternator, especially if it's the high-output type. It is almost impossible to judge the quality of a V-belt just by looking, and when you leave the US, it's harder to find the industrial-rated V-belts that you need to have for high-output alternators. Alternators Alternators have a fairly high rate of failing, but a repair is frequently as easy as changing the brushes. Many cruisers switch out factory-supplied alternators with high-output versions, conserving the original factory alternator as a spare. This might sound fine theoretically, but swapping between different types of alternator might require adjustments in alignment, belt length, or even voltage regulation systems. Gearbox Probably one of the most neglected part of the drive train is the gearbox. Gearbox fluid does not last forever, but exactly how often must you change it? A few engine owner's manuals do not even give replacement time periods. Mechanics Nick talked with said the oil in a typical two-shaft gearbox, like the Hurth, must be changed at least at every other engine oil change, or 200 hours of operation. Make sure you understand what type of fluid your gearbox uses– it might be engine oil, automatic transmission fluid, or something else. Just like every other consumable, carry enough for at least a year of service. This is just a preliminary list, but it covers the most common items. For a more detailed list of spares, check out Nigel Calder's excellent book dedicated particularly to marine diesels: “Marine Diesel Engines, Maintenance, Troubleshooting, and Repair.”  Visit us here at raritaneng.com/raritan-product… see how Raritan Engineering always takes care of your marine sanitation supply needs. Share this: fresno-seo.net/dont-forget-to-…
TruDesign Blog Site: Easy Ways to Prevent Watercraft Malfunction
fresno-seo.net/trudesign-blog-… Keep Your Watercraft in Great Condition LongerRaritan Engineering Company your TruDesignprofessionals would like to show you these topics we believed would certainly be of interest to you this month pertaining to future alternative watercraft fuels powering your success. Your TruDesign experts talk about the amount of watercrafts use tiny lashing to tighten and round off their lifelines. Do not depend upon the tiny 1/8″ stainless loop bonded on the pulpit. Instead, run the little lashing via the tiny stainless loop and after that around the entire leg of the pulpit. For instance, a damaged outhaul could mess up a race. You can be prepared for this with a few simple concepts. On tiny watercraft such as the Melges 24, I set up a little 'V' cleat at the rear of the boom on one side as well as pierce a small opening beyond.If you have a loose-footed primary, you connect the mainsheet blocks making use of lashing or loops that go completely around the boom rather than simply with an eye on the underside of the boom. Like the lifelines, this is much stronger as well as much safer. 10 Simple Solutions for the Most Typical Boating Malfunctions You have actually seen the bumper sticker: A bad day of boating is better than an excellent day at work. Charming, however would certainly you actually feel that way if you were adrift 10 miles from the ramp, with a ton of tired, irritable passengers and also an engine that won't begin? At that point, you don't need a slogan, you require a strategy. Often, your only alternative may be to request for aid – either from a specialist pulling company or a fellow sailor. But in many instances a well-prepared skipper can make the essential repairs to get the watercraft back to port without help. # 1: It's Sputtering as well as Losing PowerYour boat feels like it's running out of stamina (as well as you have actually ruled out the No. 1 malfunction factor – lacking gas). You probably have a filter trouble or fouled plugs. Remedy: Change the in-line gas filter – you did bring an extra, really did not you? If not, you could at the very least remove as well as remove the filter aspect of any particles, as well as drain pipes any type of accumulated water. Avoidance: It's feasible to acquire a bad lots of fuel, however it's most likely that the fuel spoiled while in your watercraft. Leaving a tank near vacant for extended periods of time can trigger condensation and also water in the gas. Older tanks could have debris at the bottom, which can obtain stirred up as the fuel degree decreases. The best service could be boosted purification. Consider including a larger aftermarket fuel filter. And always remember the spare aspects. Lug Onboard: Extra filter or filter element as well as a filter wrench. Excellent Boat Upkeep Way Less Spending Later# 2: The Belt BrokeYou possibly will not hear the noise of a drive belt damaging over the basic engine sound, but you will know something's wrong when your overheat cautioning light comes on, or your voltage meter reveals that the alternator isn't really billing. Having a broken belt is a circumstance one-of-a-kind to inboards and I/Os, and also one that can close you down in hurry. Without a belt intact, you'll have no generator or water pump. We are honored to be your TruDesign distributor below at Raritan Design. See us and see exactly how we are the # 1 specialist in aquatic cleanliness products. Solution: There's a lot of info out there on jury-rigging a short-term belt by using fishing line or pantyhose or some such. This might work, yet would not it be much easier to just lug an extra, together with the wrenches had to alter it? Avoidance: Evaluate, tighten and clothe the belt. You additionally might wish to inspect the condition of the pulley-blocks' contact surface areas. Sometimes, rust could create harsh areas on the wheels that will consume a brand-new belt in no time. Carry Onboard: Marine tool package, which includes whatever required for this and other fundamental fixings. # 3: The Engine Is OverheatingThe needle on the temperature level scale is climbing. This often means you have a lack of water circulation in the air conditioning loophole. Outboards, the majority of small inboards and also I/Os don't have radiators like your car, as well as rather utilize the water they are drifting on cool the engine. Solution: Trace the resource. In a vast majority of situations, the trouble is a blockage in the raw water consumption – like weeds, mud or a plastic bag. Situate the intake and tidy it out. A loosened hose clamp or a split or burst pipe can likewise slow down water circulation, and it could spray harmful wetness around the engine. Prevention: Routinely solution and change the impeller. Additionally check out the condition of its real estate. Scarring or matching of the steel real estate can trigger even a good impeller to lose pumping power. Make certain you or your mechanic checks for deterioration or obstruction in the exhaust system. Occasionally, have the exhaust risers and also linked components opened up for assessment. Carry Onboard: Soft cable or rod to serpent consumption clogs. Don't fail to remember these wonderful tips on exactly how to keep your boat in great problem. 1) If your engine is sputtering or losing power … Change the in-line gas filter; 2) if the belt brakes … There's a lot of info around on jury-rigging a short-lived belt by using angling line or pantyhose or some such, or bring a spare; and 3) the engine is overheating … Trace the source. In a large bulk of cases, the trouble is a blockage in the raw water consumption – like weeds, mud or a plastic bag. Locate the intake and tidy it out. New Zealand angler reels in 321-pound marlin as well large for his watercraft Josh Roberts spent a hr drawing in the massive marlin. “It was an impressive day,” he claimed.Josh Roberts invested a hr drawing in the enormous marlin. “It was a legendary day,” he claimed. A 25-year-old fishermen in New Zealand captured himself a monster marlin during a fishing expedition late recently– however the fish was so huge he couldn't even haul it right into his boat. ” It was a legendary day,” recalled Josh Roberts, a Whangarei local, of his 321-pound catch. ” It had a great deal of fight in it, so I got the fish to the boat in regarding half a hr, after that aimed to pull it in however failed since it still had lots of energy left in it,” claimed Roberts, according to the New Zealand Herald. ” I primarily connected it up alongside the watercraft so it would certainly drag via the water,” claimed Roberts, adding that he raced back to shore to prevent having his catch stolen by sharks. Roberts transported his catch house and also utilized a family member's smoker to cook the fish. He said he plans to offer much of it away to colleagues and also family, and then it's right back out to the water. ” The forecast looks respectable once more for Friday, so I believe I'll be around again,” Roberts informed the Herald. “I just enjoy being out there on the water.” Order your TruDesign components below at Raritan Design as well as see how we offer you the best products in the marine cleanliness market today. Make sure to see our latest video on TruDesign below. Your TruDesign experts talk concerning just how numerous watercrafts utilize tiny lashing to tighten up and end up off their lifelines. On tiny watercraft such as the Melges 24, I mount a little 'V' cleat at the back of the boom on one side and drill a tiny hole on the various other side.You have actually seen the bumper sticker: A negative day of boating is better compared to a great day at job. Without a belt undamaged, you'll have no alternator or water pump. Do not neglect these great tips on just how to maintain your boat in wonderful problem. Share this: fresno-seo.net/trudesign-blog-…
Install Your Stereo in Your Boat Easily
fresno-seo.net/install-your-st… Installing Your New Boat Stereo Does Not Need To Be DifficultRecommendation: You can network the Clarion CMS4 along with an MFD utilizing the optional MW6 NMEA 2000 interface adapter. It links the sound system right into an onboard NMEA 2000 backbone to handle the audio on suitable MFDs from Garmin, Lowrance, Simrad and also various other popular brand. A marine stereo can be as simple or advanced as you like. Systems such as those from Clarion, Fusion, JL, Polk, Prospec as well as Rockford Fosgate provide lots of room for development. Beyond a head device as well as speakers, you can add features like amplifiers, subwoofers, tower audio speakers, push-button controls, SiriusXM and speakers with LEDs to generate a rockin' audio/visual experience. Nevertheless a lot of today's aftermarket configurations verify less ambitious, consisting of a source unit, control/display and also 4 marine audio speakers. A few consist of an amp and also NMEA 2000 networking to regulate the audio via a multifunction display screen. Here we outline DIY actions when it involves a standard yet reducing edge Clarion Marine Bluetooth- and also SiriusXM-enabled stereo that offers the convenience to add parts later on. Capacity Degree: 4 of 5End Up Time: Approximate. 12 hours Devices as well as Products Clarion CMS4 digital marine resource unit and display/controllerClarion XC2410 marine amplifierClarion CM1623RL 6.5-inch aquatic coaxial speakers16-gauge aquatic duplex speaker wireMarine-grade cable for powering amplifierDifferent butt and terminal ports along with heat-shrink collarsDiagonal cutters, cord pole dancer as well as kinking toolWarmth gunPierce electric motor and also pierce bitsJigsawPhillips screwdriver Mount Resource Unit Clarion's CMS4 black-box resource system has a footprint of 7.5 by 9.75 inches. Utilizing the pigtail cords on the female section of the Molex-style plug, connect the fused yellow cable to a 12-volt DC favorable source of power. Install Amplifier We included the compact (3.23-by-7.17- inch) four-channel, 400-watt Clarion XC2410 aquatic Course D amp in order to improve audio, mounting it inside the helm console. Connect the red fused 12-volt DC positive power line straight to the outcome terminal on the battery selector button, and link the black cable to ground, making use of the effectively sized wire for the size of both of these runs. Establish Display/Controller The water resistant 4-by-6-inch CMS4 display/controller flush-mounts. Use the offered template and also jigsaw making a cutout at the helm in order to drop in the display screen, after that make use of the supplied brace to protect the system from the behind. Direct the control cable from the back of the display screen (together with the display screen controller USB cord and also video cable television) via the cutout as well as tighten up the two given nuts over mounting studs so about secure the brace. Install and also Link Audio Speakers We established 2 sets of Clarion's brand-new CM1623RL high-performance marine coaxial 6.5-inch-diameter audio speakers– one set in the inwales of the bowrider area and one more in the inwales of the aft cockpit– marking openings as well as after that cutting all of them using a jigsaw. When the audio speaker holes are definitely cut, run aquatic duplex speaker cord from the resource device to every location, linking the speakers taking advantage of the provided water immune Deutsch port connects. See us below at raritaneng.com/category-pages/… and also see how Raritan Engineering always looks after your aquatic hygiene supply requirements. A marine stereo can be as easy or sophisticated as you like. Past a head device as well as speakers, you could include functions like amplifiers, subwoofers, tower speakers, remote controls, SiriusXM as well as audio speakers with LEDs to generate a rockin' audio/visual experience. Clarion's CMS4 black-box resource device has a footprint of 7.5 by 9.75 inches. Utilizing the pigtail cords on the female portion of the Molex-style plug, affix the fused yellow wire to a 12-volt DC positive resource of power. Make use of the supplied design template and jigsaw to make an intermediary at the helm in order to go down in the display screen, after that utilize the provided bracket to protect the system from the backside.   Share this: fresno-seo.net/install-your-st…

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