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Hanger bolts

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One caution if you go with stainless. SS threads have a real reputation for galling. It has to do with the surface oxide that forms. If you use SS, lub well,
cchl74
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10:12 AM

electric wiring question

(20)
As I have commented on CYOA before, Sanderling was struck by lightning about 13 years ago while in her slip on Clearwater Beach. When I arrived at the boat,
Steven Gaber
20
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May 13

Moving batteries

(8)
Interesting set up. I use the 2 aft wells for water and the 2 forward for fuel. I have seen pics of folks that use them for storage and for batteries. The
svdawntreader
8
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May 12

Sabre cockpit drain valves

(23)
5200 only takes a propane torch to soften, to remove, but is not reusable when cools. You only heat the thruhull to gently push it out of boat onto ground Love
Biodiesel And Electric
23
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May 8

Boat moving North

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Sheer sure is pretty
Mike McCollough @ sbcglobal
5
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May 8

Author, book title?

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Thanks David, guy in the marina looking to go up the coast this summer.   HJ On Mon, 4 May 2015 20:39:38 -0700, "David Morgan sapper69k@yahoo.com
harryjak
3
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May 4

Hull Number

(13)
If you apply the same numbering pattern that is on the CYOA list than a 600 number would be a California boat. HJ Hello Columbia people,
harryjak
13
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May 2

This site is driving me bonkers

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Never hurts to try restarting the browser first, then try rebooting the machine if that doesn't work. If neither of those work then you might at least try
Marty
4
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May 1

Smasung Tab 4

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Just jumping in here. OpenCPN also does so much with the plugins. I like the Weather fax option a lot. I haven't been monitoring this tread well so I may
svdawntreader
25
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May 1

Replacing the shaft log packing on an 8.7 prop shaft

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To the group, How often do you replace the bellows on your PSS? This is the information from the PYI website: “As with any rubber hose below waterline, the
mikegunning@ymail.com
3
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Apr 28

Boom - who was looking for one ?

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Hey, the alan payne C26T (11' boom) is a different boat than a Col designed C26 (11.5' boom) or a later Bill Tripp C26 MkII (12' boom) and will give the main
Biodiesel And Electric
5
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Apr 28

Lexan Windows

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Sounds like a good product--Keep us posted! I got Sarabande out for her first sail of the season this past weekend--two daysails in 5-15. It made all the
daveonboats
3
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Apr 21

1964 Defender heading to the scrap yard

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Jake, Is the Navico a WP 500 or a 5000 ? I might be interested in that ( including the mast top unit. Doug Ward
dwardpool
6
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Apr 14

Strictly Sail Pacific 4/9-12/15 Oakland CA

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can't spell: yacht?? Jack Everett Cell 650-208-0467 can't spell: yacht?? Jack Everett Cell 650-208-0467
Jack Everett
5
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Apr 9

T-26 Questions

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I used a regular size outdoor garbage can. Don't rev too high or water pressure may deform can (if plastic) and prop may cut side. Support OB with sawhorse.
CHARLES A BOURNE
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Apr 6
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