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About Brewer45

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  1. I have a 2008 Monterey 214 FS that I’ll be trailering about 300 miles next month. Most of the trip will be on 2-lane highways so I’ll probably be going about 60 mph max. Anyway, I have the snap-on covers covers that came with the boat when I bought it new last year. I’ve never trailered this far before, and would like to keep the boat covered when I tow in case of rain and to keep out road grime. Is this a wise idea? Will I be beating up my gel coat by keeping the covers on? Advice appreciated…thanks!
  2. Hello All, I'm a new poster and an owner of a 2008 214 FS...just bought it late last summer and really enjoyed it! Well, I took it out of hibernation this last weekend and I'm a little flummoxed by the battery connection. The boat came with a single battery with a battery switch, but there are 5 wires....so, I'm a little confused. There is the standard Pos and Neg wires (yellow and red) but then there are 3 other smaller wires, one black, one yellow, and the other one has a cover on it but I think it's red. What exactly do I do with these other wires? I'm tempted to hook anything red to the Pos and the rest to the Neg...but I don't want to screw anything up. Advice appreciated and thank you!
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