Re: [SabreSailboat] Re: Removing head foot pump-- WasSeacocks and hoses -- size issue
- That's a very dark thought, Dick. Very dark.
On Mar 31, 2011, at 10:54 AM, R Coerse <rcoerse@...> wrote:
Y'all think Sabre might just be a silent partner in the specialty tool business? *LOL*
1982 Sabre 34ï¿½ MK Iï¿½ #160
On 3/31/2011 9:53 AM, Carter Brey wrote:
Cool! I have some small ratcheting wrenches in 10, 11, 12 and 13 mm, but I've never seen the flexing heads before.
I see a couple of these in my future when I install new mooring cleats aft of the anchor well.
On Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 9:44 AM, vanbeckump <vanbeckump@...> wrote:ï¿½
Try these puppies!
Invaluable when I torqued the hull/deck joint. They reach into otherwise inaccessible places and then ratchet.
--- In Sabresailboat@yahoogroups.com, Carter Brey <carter.brey@...> wrote:
> I've removed the head foot pump, a Whale double-action diaphragm pump,
> twice, for rebuilding. I'll bet our setups are not that different. I have a
> 1982 28 series II.
> My pump is fastened to an aluminum plate, which in turn is fastened to a
> glassed-in wooden platform with two hex-head lag screws. There's no room for
> a socket in there. The trick is getting an open-ended wrench onto the lag
> screws, because you're almost working blind. But it can be done. I found
> that a dental-type mirror helped in locating the exact placement of the
>> On Wed, Mar 30, 2011 at 12:28 PM, Dave Lochner <davelochner@...> wrote:
> > Harry,
> > The sink hose is firmly attached to the head sink drain on my 30-I. The
> > other end lies next to the seacock as it doesn't want to fit, either. It's
> > been there a couple of seasons, maybe more. Not a big issue, because the
> > water pump for the head doesn't work either. No need for a drain hose if
> > there is nothing to drain, that's my story and I'm sticking to it.
> > In reality it is a project that I spend an hour or so on each spring when I
> > don't meet with immediate success, I move on.
> > If anyone knows how to remove the foot pump in the head of a 30, I'd love
> > to hear how you did it.
> > Dave