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G3 1860 Side Console

60 Volt Ray Motor

80# Maxxum Pro Minn Kota

2 - Lowrance 522C

The 3 compartments (nearest console) hold 8 6volt batteries

The rear compartment (used to be gas tank) hold 4 6 volt batteries and 3 12 volts for TM and electronics

It tops out at about 7 MPH and was built to be used in electric only reservoirs outside of Baltimore MD.

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Well Seabolt, it is about time!  ;D   ;D   ;D  

Actually, you did a beautiful job.

The only problem I see is that the boat is way too clean.

You need to take her out and dirty her up.  ;)

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lookin good, electric only is great, no noise, no fumes, if ya got the power, no people either, looks like you have it all. I am in the middle of the same project, mine is naked right now, workin out the guts, not sure i will get any fishin this year or not, after seeing your, i sure dont wanna rush thru it and screw it up, we will have to hook up some day. You dont have any under construction pics do ya?

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WOW  ;)  You did an awesome job. I bet it feels awesome fishing in a boat that you customized yourself.

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Wow, that's such a great looking rig. You did a terrific job thruout and Your first fishing trip will or has told you just how good it is. Kudos for a well thought out and executed plan.

My hats off to ya

Big O

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That is a total fishin' machine.  Well done.  I would love to have one like that.

Good Luck - Go fill it up with fish.

Bobby K

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Thanks for all the comments. She's a bit slow compared to some I've seen but comfortable and holds a line well too. When you throw 13 60 lb batteries in a boat they typically are weighted poorly and give to one side.

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