Search found 281 matches
- Sun Jan 31, 2016 4:33 pm
- Forum: Boat and Hull
- Topic: access door to swim platform
- Replies: 4
- Views: 1678
It has been done, and if I'm not mistaken, there are photo's of it on the archived pictures that were transferred from the old site, to the new one. You have to fish thru some of the first posting on this, the new web site, in order to find the link with all the M photo's. I know I have seen a M wit...
- Sun Jan 31, 2016 4:26 pm
- Forum: Vendors
- Topic: Engine water pump run dry GLOBE Impellers
- Replies: 2
- Views: 1585
Thanks for the link Bill. In regard to the PDF file from Globe Composite, do you know the interchange part numbers for the Chrysler applications? i.e. Jacobs or Sherwood pumps ?
There was talk of Kelly's Island at last year's rained out event. I think Kelly's has a large public marina, and South Bass, I think would be a little too crowded, possibly more difficult to reserve dock space for everyone. I give Put-in-Bay two thumbs up for the fun factor, but may not be advantage...
Thank you very much Gentlemen. The pictures on page 11 and page 34 are my cylinder, at least it looks like it. I had suspected that this was a factory set-up, as most newer Hynautics installation kits use that synthetic nylon tubing for the hydraulic lines, where as mine was built with a very elabor...
Hi Folks. Well after laying her up for the winter, it was time to fix some issues. In an attempt to save a few bucks, I decided to winterize the engines myself. I figured it would be simple, just unscrew all of the pipe plugs on the block & exhaust manifolds. Unfortunately, every single plug bro...
Welcome aboard ! Although I live in Northern Ohio, I have heard rumors of her. The story I heard was that she was built for one of M's executives, that's why she has the big engines & creature comforts. Being a gearhead, would love to see a photo of the engine room.
- Fri Nov 06, 2015 10:16 pm
- Forum: General Topics
- Topic: I think i have found the one...
- Replies: 25
- Views: 6162
I bought my 37' last year, also docked in Marblehead. I absolutely love it. I too am a mechanic, so I didn't bother with the survey. I didn't even bother with a sea trial. The only issue that reared its ugly head after the purchase, when I launched it this summer, was a leaking rudder packing which ...
- Fri Oct 30, 2015 10:52 pm
- Forum: Electrical and Electronics
- Topic: looking for a wiring diagram for a 1975 37' F/B sedan?
- Replies: 3
- Views: 1597
I too have a 1975 37' F/B sedan. I have most of the original manuals & documents for it, but unfortunately no wire diagrams. It is however in remarkable original condition, and I am also a mechanic for a living that specializes in vehicle wiring. If you have any questions, need photo's of the wa...
Wow, was trolling through ebay and there's a couple M's for sale. One is an interesting 1964 31' with twin Buicks ! Starting bid is $5,500, looks decent. The other is, what I believe to be, one of only two Marinette power catamarans. The reason I say one of two is because one of them, named Lay-Z-Bo...