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I'm guessing she was in dry dock! Another shop to look into would be big shops that do repairs in big trucks, semi's, fire truck and the like. The big truck shop, or like Busia says, an aircraft repair shop, may have to ability to go mobile and fix your boat on site after the estimate.
Interesting question. This may sound unrelated, but bear with me. I was told by my boat's previous owner that mine was originally equipt with auto pilot. My guess is that it was removed, perhaps because it broke and quit working (don't really know) possibly because it worked off Loran, which has bee...
As a professional mechanic for the last 25 years, and spent time working in a shop that was a Jasper dealer, my advise is DON"T DO IT. Every, and I mean every jasper we installed suffered a catastrophic engine failure within the first month of use. The shop owner eventually quit selling them be...
Ah, interesting post. My very first trip was for the Marinette Rendezvous during my first year of ownership at the Huron Boat Basin in 2015. All those that did attend can tell you it was a terrible weekend, weather wise. Rendezvous was fun though. I was the last one to arrive that Saturday morning, ...
- Wed May 10, 2017 7:31 pm
- Forum: Boat and Hull
- Topic: 37 sedan flybridge removal
- Replies: 5
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Yes, this topic has been covered, and the bridge of a 37' comes off. Mine was transported over land by the previous owner and I do believe the seat pedestals have to be removed as well.