Re: [bolger] question about inboards
- Hamilton Marine
and Jamestown distributors
both have drive parts.
Here is a bit of the blurb on the Glen L Book from the web site.
A new revision of original text, INBOARD MOTOR INSTALLATIONS IN SMALL
BOATS. This is the only "how-to" book covering inboard motor
installations in all types of pleasure boats, both power and sail. It is
required reading for anyone installing an engine in a new boat or
repowering or understanding the installation in an existing craft.
To show you how much I think of this book, I have all of Bolger's books,
two of Payson's, "The Sailmaker's Apprentice, Brion Toss's book and most
of Chapelle's among a lot of others. This book and Payson's "The New
Instant boats are the most worn and used books on the shelves.
> Hi ......thanks for the info.....I'm in Ohio.......Robb
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> Not to knock Howard but the very best book for installing an inboard is
> "Inboard Motor Installation" by Glen Witt. It is mostly concerned with
> power boats but the principles are the same.
> All the Glen L book are exceptional in their clarity and ease of
> Glen L also has some parts, what part of the country are you in?
> Hamilton Marine on the East Coast and Seattle Marine on the West are
> good parts sources.