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What happened to the Gallery?
Happy Boating!

Brian Edwards


  • Capt_SteveCapt_Steve Posts: 164Member admin
    Working on that now...should be rockin' and rolling next week.
  • Capt_SteveCapt_Steve Posts: 164Member admin
    Hey mreddy...should be all set now!
  • maddadmaddad Posts: 4Member ✭✭
    I'm not seeing any option to create my own gallery & upload.  Little help?
  • Capt_SteveCapt_Steve Posts: 164Member admin
    Hey maddad...there are a couple of ways to do this. First, you should see "Attach a file" at the lower left of the box you post in. You can add multiple pics in one post. Second, if you have your pics stored in an online gallery (Flickr, Snapfish, etc.), you can click the image button on the toolbar and post the url link. Hope that helps!
  • RickFisherRickFisher Posts: 14Member ✭✭
    There is no "attach file" button.  Click and drag into this box doesn't seem to work either.
  • Capt_SteveCapt_Steve Posts: 164Member admin
    Hmmmmmm....I've asked the site developers to look into this. Stay tuned...
  • Capt_SteveCapt_Steve Posts: 164Member admin
    Guys...this should be fixed now...see if you can attach pics. 
  • RickFisherRickFisher Posts: 14Member ✭✭

  • Capt_SteveCapt_Steve Posts: 164Member admin
    @RickFisher ... NICE!
  • mreddyspagmreddyspag Posts: 14Member ✭✭
    Just finished my project for this summer.  I have added LED strip lights to illuminate the floor and added additional strips on the underside of the bimini.  I think it turned out well!  What do you think?
    Happy Boating!

    Brian Edwards
  • markey02markey02 Posts: 1Member
    Very nice LEDs.  Just picked up my new Sweetwater today, have not been out on it yet and was already thinking about adding additional LEDs...
    Capt Tim
    Northern MI
    2014 Sweetwater PE200DF
    60 E-Tec Evinrude

  • SweetH20SweetH20 Posts: 14Member
    I like it - did you connect the power directly to the battery ?
    2013 Sweetwater 220SL Tritoon
    150 hp Mercury 4 stroke
    Genesis tritoon Galvanized Trailer 

  • mreddyspagmreddyspag Posts: 14Member ✭✭
    Nope.  I ran wiring from each group back to the helm and connected the floor lights to one of the aux switches and the overhead bimini lights to the other aux switch.  Thought I would want the floor lights on but not the overhead.  It was a great choice.
    Happy Boating!

    Brian Edwards
  • golfrick1golfrick1 Posts: 3Member

    Just joined and found this string.

    Great looking lights.

    can you give us a bit more detail on what types of LED light kit you used and how the wiring was done. Just to determine if I can or want to tackle the project.


    Rick Harrington

    SW 2086 FC 2013

    using 9.9 HP.

    Central Ohio

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