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Old 09-30-2015, 02:17 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by jleonard View Post
You got great advice above.
I would add:
Take some pre-storm photos if you can. Both current state and how things look after you have prepped.
You know, this is great advice for just about any boating project. Take pictures of "before" you take something apart, then again at some midpoint. This has saved me from CRS innumerable times. Should be in the "Tips and Tricks" thread! Also helps when you are off to the hardware or marine store to take pics and bring 'em with you on camera or phone for when you walk up the guy and say "I need to connect this doohicky here through some whatchmacallits to this thingamagig I have on my boat... and I need an extra thingamagig while I'm at it"
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