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(15)The original dorades on my 1982 34 MK 1 were extenmely shabby and when I looked into replacing with original style I found that for approx $20 more per dorade
(19)From searching the archives, I know there has been a lot of discussion on varnish...... For the cabin sole, has any resolution been reached on a few products
(14)David, thanks, there's a lot of Wisdom from many of the 'some guys on the internet.' Isn't anything you see on the internet correct by definition? :) But
(38)I thought about the aquadrive too. But inside the rubber boot is metal gears packed in grease. I donÆt know if the metal is making good enough contact or if
(15)Check out Hallet Canvas and Sails in Falmouth, Maine for their lightweight nylon covers. Lightweight channeled aluminum poles makes it all easy to tote. Scott
(12)In the current issue of Professional Boatbuilder there is an article by Nigel Calder on the current state of the art in battery technology. Firefly batteries
(17)On Dec 3, 2017 11:00 AM, "Peter Ogilvie firstname.lastname@example.org [Sabresailboat]"
(28)While you are in there, check the hoses attached to it. Easy to replace seeing you will have removed one side already and the HX is out out the way. ...
(20)There are some real pearls of wisdom here....
(19)I had a Volvo once that had no glow plug. To start on chilly mornings I would be sure that the fuel shut off was in place (the way I'd shut down the engine)
(9)Hi I installed a Balmar alternator on our 402 a couple of years ago with the external AR-5 regulator. Since the engine in the 402 is further forward then most
(10)The tubes on the Avon dinghies are hyperalon, but the high pressure floors are PVC. Gus Wings, S38 MKII, Hull 147 From: Sabresailboat@yahoogroups.com
(11)This Bomar hatch is a 'sit on top' kind, not a 'flange that goes through the hole' type. So it did not matter that the hatch extended 5/8" further over
(10)Great ideas and thanks much to everyone for your input. Rick Innisfree Sabre 425 Annapolis
(13)With the boat in the water my diver puts the board down, then uses a machete on the trunk wall. Working the board regularly seems to be helpful. The aluminum
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