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Welcome, by the way. Yooper, as well as many others on here have any info you will ever need, and his list is a good starting point of items to inspect and test before dropping it in the water. I'd also recommend pulling the zincs off and cleaning the mating surfaces, and make sure the CPAC works wh...
I can't seem to find the other forum posts on this topic. My 37, on a trailer, with the props roughly 12 inches off the pavement, stands 15' 1". Mine was transported over land by previous owner. Bridge, seats and pedestals had to be removed. Gets it low enough, under the standard height of a se...
- Sun Apr 08, 2018 7:42 pm
- Forum: D/C Wiring
- Topic: fuse block in engine compartment
- Replies: 4
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Sure doesn't look right to me. Nothing like that should be located in the engine room. 12 volt DC fuse boxes, regardless of manufacturer, usually put any fuse blocks inside the cabin, possibly near the helm. That looks like a accident waiting to happen. I would see what all those circuits are and el...
Just saw this on craigslist. https://cleveland.craigslist.org/boa/d/ ... 14747.html
Mine has it too, but is engraved into the aluminum door frame of the engine compartment. I have seen many boats with this type of number printed or tacked on somewhere in the engine bay, someplace. Not just M's but plastic and steel vessels as well. A Coast Guard registration number perhaps, Bill mi...
This one sure is a beauty. https://sandusky.craigslist.org/boa/d/s ... 62969.html
- Sat Mar 17, 2018 10:56 am
- Forum: For Sale or Wanted
- Topic: 1976 Express 28, sale or salvage?
- Replies: 3
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Bummer. Can you post pictures? Maybe it's not as bad as you may think. I saw another M that was full of rain water, same situation, on craigslist about a year ago (was this yours?) Don't know if it sold. The pictures showed the water was clear up to the carburetors and about knee deep in the cabin. ...