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N30 MK I Weight

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All I can add to the conversation is that when I had my boat (MK II) moved from one lake to another by a commercial boat hauler, he had it at almost 10,600 lbs
ukrsindicat
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Aug 18

Repairing impact damage above waterline

(12)
Hi Russ, Thanks for the note. I made the repairs from both sides, but I only beveled the inside so that I could limit the amount of new gelcoat repair. I
me_nellup
12
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Aug 8

Atomic. 4 stalls when I give it gas

(9)
Sorry Mike. I jumped in - I thought you were referring to my post. You are right. Replacing the inline fuel filter should be the first thing for Carl to try.
carl lupp
9
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Jul 31

Please Help - 1981 N28 Rudder Clunk

(13)
Try putting your foot on the rudder shaft cap when it is making noise to get a sense of which direction it is moving. If it is moving up and down it needs
choomyr
13
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Jul 28

Gulf 29 windows

(4)
You don't think you have to take the portlights out, I did cause this one was leaking from the seal around the glass and frame. Here are the steps I used: 1)
aardvark.onwheels
4
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Jul 26

1984 Newport 28 MK II on Ebay

(1)
My 1984 Newport 28 MK II is on Ebay with two days left on the bid. At $3500 No Reserve.
ronhughett
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Jul 24

Fuel Pump - Which End is Up?

(3)
FWIW, my Newport has had the same pump since new in 1986 with the filter end at the bottom. No problems with it at all, including cleaning the filter. It's
LK
3
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Jul 1

Newport 33 PH in charter - San Juan Islands

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Hello group. I've owned ARGO for 3+ years now and have brought her up to Anacortes from southern California. She was lightly used over her life at best (1990
pwilliams998
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Jun 30

N30 mk II thru hulls and valves

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Hi Bob, Absolutely, those old plastic gate jobs are gone. Yet I'm convinced that we don't need the discharges from the marine head and holding tank (I tossed
me_nellup
3
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Jun 28

New standing rigging on a newport 28.

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I had a local rigger do my standing rigging and he removed it without taking down my mast... by removing a few shrouds at a time and using the halyards to
extremenimbochromis
5
posts
Jun 28

new member

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Congratulations, just finished a 100 mile race aboard 1978 N41 Mystic at 0130 this morning, you'll love the boat Guy P. Brierre Capital One N.A. Senior Vice
Terry Ney
7
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Jun 27

Varnish on vinyl window

(2)
Are you talking about acrylic window panes or the vinyl frames, or both? Sometimes if it's a drip you can lift it with a razor scraper at the top edge and
SpunkysSD
2
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Jun 8

Blowing up batteries

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It was an on board charger that came installed with the boat so the batteries would charge when it was on shore power...I am looking into a possible failure to
spo_doggie_guy
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May 28

Furler

(5)
I feel your pain...mine did similar about 4 years ago (the first year I had the boat)...I took the old one to a welding shop in town and they fabricated one
Craig Russell
5
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May 13

Shore Power Issues

(5)
Check the shore cord on both ends for corrosion, lots of times it's the plug connection at the boat that gets corroded because it's exposed to weather. Test
spo_doggie_guy
5
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Apr 20
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