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Prop Shaft Removal

(32)
Jules we'll always be buds, nothing is going to change that. Allison
Allison Lehman
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8:57 PM

DIY Volvo MD7A exhaust riser?

(26)
Nice Job and report Shawn! Sent from my iPhone
Daniel Trainor
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8:02 PM

Selling my Sabre 28

(30)
I'd also try Spinsheet, which is local, and BoatUS, which I think is free. I was just browsing Spinsheet, and there are several 28-32 foot Sabres, similar
Harry K
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7:41 PM

Surfer Girl is for sale

(16)
I can speak for Alan as well. He worked real hard to get me a good boat and sold me my 362. And it's a great boat. Jay Flynn Elizabeth Belle #212 Miami
James Flynn
16
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May 17

Fresh Water Tank

(23)
If you use your boat then this seems excessive to me. If you start with a clean system and use your boat fairly regularly then the water and tanks should stay
georgeh3ci
23
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May 17

Refrigerator Drain

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I replaced mine two years ago with this one for $30: Siphon-Mate Pump, Transfer Pump for fuel. oil and water. BEC 109PC by Beckson Link:
David Laino
17
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May 13

Companionway Weather Boards

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Mike, A friend of mine had a nice set made for her Bristol 29.9 there, so I know they will make them. Hers are smoke, so they let in a little light. Note that
Harry K
15
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May 11

Foredeck eyebolt

(28)
Jim,I suspect that on the day you learned this lesson there were plenty of people around, beer in hand, with nothing better to do than watch you
Barry Wilson
28
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May 8

Deck Organizer Leak

(14)
Thanks Scott. How did you match up the hatch. Is there a visible model number when you get it out??? Rich
sailaway0608
14
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May 6

Jacklines

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Hi ljlandis55, We have the essentially the same boat, a 1984 Sabre 34 Mk I, #207. As others mentioned I believe, we ran jacklines from the stern cleats on
josrulz_2001
27
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May 5

Electric Bilge Pump, PSS Shaft Seal, and that Sinking Feeling

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You can get 3/8" or 1/4" drive sockets with hex tips in metric and US sizes, but you will need a smaller torque wrench than you use for the keel bolts. Pete On
Peter Tollini
36
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May 5

Suggestions Wanted for Bedding Compound for Chainplates

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In our 34II most of the liner cut outs are hidden in cabinets etc. The few that are visible are not noticeable with the use of white tape over the joints. If
followingsea2001
13
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May 4

sludge in racor. and 2 or 10?

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call powersure. my tank is clean, water was extracted and I haven't had a fuel issue since done. Mike Merriman Consider supporting me in the Boston Avon Walk
Mike Merriman
29
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May 1

Sabre Rot

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Bob, just saw your cabin sole deconstruction in the photo section. I f you haven't already, take a close look at the floors (supports) before you put down the
Philip Horn
25
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Apr 29

Sabre 28 - Bulkhead damaged

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Regarding option 3... depending upon how the chainplates are installed on the hull it is still possible to have water intrusion into the hull. My old Compac 23
shawnfogg
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Apr 27
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