I guess I'll just start with Thank You. Life is funny. Six years ago I thought I would retire and drive Route 66 in my '62 Corvette. Here I am reaching that golden age restoring a'74 Boler
with a ??? tow vehicle. Don't get me wrong this has been great! However I have to say that belonging to this Forum has been a God send. Life takes it turns and I have always said that I don't want to be defined as that guy that has had .... happen to him, but rather how I handled it. I have posted pictures of my $200. field find and the joy I have had in its restoration. I have always had a creative side and that has led me to where I am. I have taken this project on not knowing where it would take me but I like it. Need I say it has been very therapeutic.
As I continue to work on this, learning as I go, I have relied heavily on the information and knowledge of the forum members, their post and wisdom. As I am doing the wiring I read back posts, WOW I never knew so much about batteries. I just bought one put it in the boat and when it failed, replaced it. Who would have thought the bouncing would shorten it's life. Not me. You taught me to look at different types of batteries and it's placement on the trailer to extend its life. Oh my goodness. I had no idea!!!
We all have different likes, tastes and ideas but that doesn't mean one is right and the other wrong. Keep posting and responding. You have no idea how much a simple thumbs up means to other viewers.