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I got one off the shelf at my local NAPA which stocks a lot of boat parts. So they are still being made and easily available. I had to get the longest shaft they had, and it was still barely long enough. Message me if you can't find one.--Ed
Would not even consider removing the struts unless you have to remove them for some other reason. This is one of the easier, simpler jobs. Just have the boat up high enough you can get under it safely. If it is on a trailer you can drop the tongue down to raise the stern. Jack stands are not safe en...
Mine are 1 inch shafts ( part named BETTY ) easy way to measure is grab a 1 inch open end wrench and see if it fits the shaft. If you don't have a 1 inch, then use a Crescent wrench and adjust it to be snug. Then measure the wrench.
- Sat Feb 10, 2018 2:11 pm
- Forum: Boat and Hull
- Topic: Source for 5/8" starboard marine anti slip
- Replies: 7
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I am very happy having aluminum on my deck. Can't find the pictures I have of the deck, but you can see some of it here. Mine is one big piece which makes it hard to remove, so I would recommend installing it in a couple of pieces.
Will put my comments here too, so they might be found easier by someone doing a search. Very good company with excellent service. They are now the first place I will go to for parts and will recommend them to everyone. They are .. LandMarineToys .... They are on Amazon and E-bay but I just order dir...
- Thu Jan 18, 2018 1:35 pm
- Forum: Vendors
- Topic: Who to buy from--LandMarineToys
- Replies: 0
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Found a good company to deal with. Ordered parts from them because they had good prices. One small mistake, they sent one box of four sparkplugs instead of one box of eight sparkplugs. Contacted them and the boss got right on it, e-mailed an employee to see why the mistake was made and sent me a cop...
- Fri Jan 12, 2018 1:03 pm
- Forum: About My Boat Brags
- Topic: Anyone familiar with the boat "Precious Metal"? Catawba Island, Ohio
- Replies: 6
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You might ask around at the local repair shops and marinas. Look up the boat registration number with the state and if you have a property tax there, check their records. Any receipts for parts or work in the boat? Do you have a trailer? Research the plate number and serial numbers.