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Trower, Give Acme Props a call. They will ask you for all of your boats info, then give you a recommendation. I also wanted to go to a 4 blade design, but they said that a 3 blade was the way to go for my 28. I will find out next summer. They also said that they can re-cup the props if they need a l...
- Thu Jan 11, 2018 10:47 pm
- Forum: About My Boat Brags
- Topic: Anyone familiar with the boat "Precious Metal"? Catawba Island, Ohio
- Replies: 7
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Congrats! Maybe a description of the boat would help if someone might have seen it.
Tuggle, yes they are 71 c velvet drives, 1" shafts. The shafts had been bent a few times by previous owners and I had them straightened a couple years ago. After doing some research and watching youtube videos, it seems like all the shafts break at the key way on either end, and are impossible ...
I figured I have about $4 k in it right now, engine wise. I will probably have another $1000 in it with shafts and props and misc. items. Yes, the Chrysler's were great engines, after getting all the ign. issues fixed. If I could have found a pair of 360's for around the same price I might have gone...
This past year I decided to replace the original 318's that came with the boat with a couple Chevy 350's. I had replaced a lot of parts on the 318's, manifolds, electronic ign., alternators, starters, wiring, etc. The motors ran fine, but I was looking for a little more power and part availability. ...
- Tue Nov 07, 2017 7:57 pm
- Forum: For Sale or Wanted
- Topic: For Sale 1972 28' express with trailer
- Replies: 5
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I suspect that it is not ign. related with all the plugs on that side being wet. To be sure, put a spark tester on each plug wire on that side and check for spark. I would check compression all the way around. It is possible there is an issue with the head,i.e., cracked or warped, bad head gasket. o...