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- Fri May 19, 2017 11:59 am
- Forum: Boat and Hull
- Topic: picture of hull annodes.
- Replies: 8
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Just received the zincs via US Mail last week, also purchased a set of Struts with bearings installed about a month ago. Seems the owners father is running the business and yes he the son is still alive. Reading between the lines I got the impression things are not to good with the son. The number I...
Replacing my zincs this weekend, bought them directly from Marinette, they claim theirs are the only ones that are the true alloy, would love to hear from others on this. Mine had sat in a marina for a number of years because of owner health issues and although it ran well dormancy took its toll, in...
Painting mine as we speak, using Rustolem Top Side Gloss White, sanded with 120, wiped down with alcohol then rolled. Going to do the stripes in navy blue this weekend. So far everything has gone well, have even had several complements, not surprising as dull as it was.
- Tue Apr 25, 2017 10:33 am
- Forum: Cabin and Interior
- Topic: Sportsman Helm Destroyer Wheel
- Replies: 9
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The one on my 75 Express fly bridge is a 3/4" tapered shaft, prior owner said he bought it off eBay, not sure if the helm is original though. Steering is the next project, after the engines, keep us posted.
Mines on Lanier, about 35 miles northeast of Atlanta, was fine as of Sunday. As of this writing mid-late morning Wednesday that could be another thing, very strong storms all through North Georgia.
- Tue Mar 07, 2017 12:08 pm
- Forum: For Sale or Wanted
- Topic: Sight glass for fuel gauge
- Replies: 2
- Views: 246
Have a 32 Express also with a deck plate that could stand a replacement, key in clear deck plate on Google, the fuel gauge assembly is available from McMaster-Carr.
- Tue Jan 17, 2017 7:07 pm
- Forum: Drivetrain
- Topic: Soliciting advice on how to pull my engines.
- Replies: 9
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Several years ago a friend pulled the engines in his houseboat, he basically disassembled the engines down to the blocks to eliminate weight. Then he and several good ol' boys man handled the blocks out. Back breaking but cheap. Went back in the same way, 350's.