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Due to a couple late requests I am placing one more order this Friday. Great Christmas gift for yourself or that special Marinette someone. Since timing short on this go around best to go to the Face Book Marinette Forum to order as I cannot wait on checks to be mailed. Flags are custom made in hous...
Hi folks, Getting ready to place order for those of you who have paid. I can hold off another 2 days for those who have not sent payment then in fairness I have to send in current paid orders so as to not delay folks from receiving their pennants. Please advise if wanting one of these great Marinett...
Looks like I have over minimum orders met. Price is $29.95 each which includes shipping. Let me know via Private Message how many you want, how you wish to pay, color(s) of pennant, and what color text as well as your address where to mail. You will have within two weeks of my ordering. Make great C...
Thanks TinChips for posting my info. I'm getting quite a few inquiries from folks on these. I can order these in minimum quantities of 12 (any color combo) for $29.95 ea. including shipping. I'm not in business, and had one made for just me and paid for the artwork myself. I can order any quantity l...
I currently have single piece rubber backed carpet in the salon. Although in good condition and lies nicely in place, it's a huge hassle to remove for engine hatch access. I was thinking of trying to cut carpet at the engine hatch seams but not too sure I'm going to like that afterwards. I would lik...
- Wed Oct 04, 2017 3:48 pm
- Forum: For Sale or Wanted
- Topic: Marinette factory salon table
- Replies: 7
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How much of that parquet flooring do you have available? I would like to use if enough in my salon area to try and match what is in the galley and head on my 32 sedan
Went to start port engine and it cranks but no fire. Discovered no spark. Replaced trigger and new coil and engine fired immediately ran for 10 seconds and fried coil. Any ideas what will cause this? Its a 1990 318 250HP
- Wed Sep 13, 2017 12:09 pm
- Forum: Boat and Hull
- Topic: Prepping for Topside Restoration and Paint.
- Replies: 10
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Looking good. Question about the bow rails. Are they thru bolted, and if so how do you get to the nuts? Or are they simply screwed in? I want to do some repair on deck that will require removing but was not sure of their installation process.