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11 March 2016 - 06:05 PMThanks guys for the responses. This is a single engine boat. Merc 496 power. The the guages that don't work are the water pressure, oil temperature guage, and my depth guage. Once again I am not very good with electrical stuff so that is why I am looking for someone local to help me out.
10 March 2016 - 01:43 PMThanks all for your replys. You are correct they are gaffrig guages. I have heard the bad ground issue. How can I test for bad ground? Additionally, I would think if i had a bad ground that it would affect all the guages? I have monkeyd around a little bit with this last summer with no luck. I don't have the best knowledge on electrical problems so that is why I was asking for a reputable repair shop.
04 March 2016 - 01:23 PMI am in your same shoes. I am going to trailer home a 33 Formula SS from Traverse City. I went online to MDOT and tried to figure it out but I think that I am just going to have to go to the TSC Transportation Service Centers and talk with them. The closet to me is the Macomb TSC @ 38257 Mound Road Sterling Heights, MI 48310 586-978-1935.
16 February 2016 - 03:36 PMThey charged $10 for the sharpening. Which I felt was very reasonable. I tried Robinsons last year to get the Nils blades sharpened while jerry's machine was down and they were unable to get the blades to cut again. However, Robinsons did a great job on my lawnmower blades, chainsaw blades, hunting knives, and filet knives.