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I took an angle grinder to my boat! #13305590 10/08/19 07:42 PM
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smile I needed another hatch in my center console so I could better access the wiring. I decided to install a hatch. It went pretty well and wasn't too difficult of a task.


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Re: I took an angle grinder to my boat! [Re: parttime] #13305637 10/08/19 08:31 PM
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Excellent job, you'd think that the console would come with an access panel. I might add a few vent holes to help keep the area cooler..
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Re: I took an angle grinder to my boat! [Re: JIM SR.] #13305663 10/08/19 08:54 PM
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Originally Posted by JIM SR.
Excellent job, you'd think that the console would come with an access panel. I might add a few vent holes to help keep the area cooler..
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Thank you! The small access door on the other side that I didn't show is actually vented.

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