I've got a pelican bass raider 10' that has
been used very frequently for the past 5 years.
it seems the dragging on gravel and rock has
made a weak spot to the floor of the pontoon.
are there any products to adhere to plastics to make
it stop leaking. There is no hole or crack but the
plastic is very thin and is porous. The water seems to
get thru this spot and is a steady drip out.
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1. Contact Pelican and try to buy one from them. 2. (What I would do) Go to a local shop that actually works on canoes. Get a wooden seat from them that is cut to the length you need to fit your canoe.
When an amplifier shuts the Bass off that means its going into protection mode otherwise it will burn out the outputs. One way is to turn your gains down, Pioneer amps are not the best amps for bass out there, they are more for car speakers, I personally wont use a pioneer amp to run my subwoofers especially if they are hard driven subs like JL , Kicker Solo's and MTX subs. But for now just turn the gains down to 3/4 and that should help u, you can also install a fan to keep your amp cooler, if this never happened before in 5 yrs and now it does then that means your amp is just tired and the inside components are overheating easily, thats common with Pioneer and Sony amps.
i guess ur talking about four nos of 4ohms 10" speakers. two speakers of four ohms connected in series gives 8 ohms, but if u use parallel connection u will get half of individual ohms i.e 2 ohms. so connect two speakers in series and another two speakers in series. parallel the two serial speakers and voila... u get a 4ohms speaker with double the wattage.
parallel connection - connect +ve to +ve and -ve to -ve. series connection - connect -ve of one speaker to +ve of another speaker so that u have +ve input to one speaker and ground(-ve) on the second speaker. So, two separate series speaker then parallel the two series speakers.
Unless you have a record of these fluids being changed in the past 18 months you should definitely change them. These fluids will degrade over time and need to be changed at appropriate intervals. You should also flush the engine radiator and cooling system and replace with new coolant to the manufacturer's specs unless this has been done in the past 18 months. Also ensure you change the engine oil and filter frequently (certainly more frequently than the manufacturer maximum interval specs which is based on optimum driving conditions which does not reflect reality.)
Brake fluid - every 2 years minimum Clutch fluid - every 2 1/2 years minimum PS fluid - every 3 years Coolant flush and change - every 2 years Engine oil - every 3500-4000 miles or 5 months minimum whichever is sooner Oil filter - every second oil change.