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How do you decide on a boat name?

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I sincerely apologize to any and all who may have taken offense at my reference to Dunsany’s work and the pirate Captain Shard and the Desperate Lark. It
M. Moen
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7:57 PM

Add Batteries to S-34

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Len and Bob, With two banks of T-145 6v batteries you are running with 12 volts at1,060 amps and with a 5,000 watt inverter would discharge 50% of your
James McKinney
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7:13 PM

Cost to honest-to-god fix gelcoat crazing

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Chris, I have a 37 year old 34 Mk I, which I've owned for 30+ years. I also own & manage an auto body shop (been doing that for 40+ years). Needless to say
Philip Horn
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11:02 AM

Magic Window Refinishing Process

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I just bought the Novus polishing kit from Amazon (delivered on a Sunday for some reason) and tried it on my aft hatch.  Definite improvement.  I can at
David Castor
14
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Apr 24

Replace Acrylic Sheet In Hatch

(11)
I used sikaflex 291.
Yuriy
11
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Apr 17

Head holding tank vent hose

(34)
I'm with you Peter - I've had a charcoal vent filter sitting here for a year, but after living with the larger 1" vent hose for awhile, I think the upside to
jl_folk
34
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Apr 13

Survey Sabre 34-2. What to look for?

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Thanks. It's on the list. The mechanic said he's not seen that happen often. Unfortunately it's on the hard now, but we have an escrow set up just in case.
doug1957@hotmail.com
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Apr 12

Oil extraction system

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I use the exact same oil extraction method on my W33A. DavidS38 MKII cb"Explorer" On ‎Monday‎, ‎April‎ ‎10‎, ‎2017‎ ‎04‎:‎43‎:‎14‎
David Laino
14
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Apr 10

Need advice on how to repair a leaking deck drain

(28)
Jamie This part is a stainless casting. The dimensions are on the Groco page. It will not be as thin as the plastic part, but that's not a bad thing. Groco
Peter Tollini
28
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Apr 7

forward or reverse?

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For a fixed prop, let it spin (if your engine manufacturer allows it). Yanmar's warranty is void if you don't. :
gbernard_ca
21
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Apr 5

Epifanes Rapidcoat

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Wood absorbs water better through the end grain. Cutting the hole exposes the end grain. One of the reasons end grain balsa is used to core decks. In theory
DAVID LOCHNER
28
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Apr 3

1,000 Members!

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I'm familiar with that status. I believe "slack jawed" is the appropriate term. On Sun, Mar 26, 2017 at 9:16 PM, 'cbrey .' carter.brey@gmail.com
Peter Tollini
73
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Mar 30

Musings on diesel maintenance (first one for me - ever) and other st

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Here are (I hope) the pictures of the engine with leaking wingnut and the transmission.
cuivier1@verizon.net
20
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Mar 30

Used Sabre 28 MK III Genoas For Sale?

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Laminated sails are close to bomb proof. The shape builtin stays until the sail needs to be built in or is junked. Racing sails where a 1% difference is life
James Starkey
17
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Mar 29

Exhaust run Sabre 42

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Greg Fantastic and I hope you have a solution. Our engine was twisted, tilted and inclined to accomplish reducing angles and extending length. Aluminum blocks
rick.odonnel
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Mar 28
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