You know they make seacocks that already have this provision in them right?
See parts 14 & 18
Still throwing shade about that, man oh man.
Can't be upset though, it is totally true.
Ever hear about the time with a flat bottom skiff where...
Doesn't look like a deal breaker to me, glassed in pad. Pretty standard stuff. I'll keep my eyes peeled for you though and let you know if I run...
Can't see the photos besides the pile of firewood
I'm curious, what is all customed about the glass hull?
Corian all the way
Couldn't quite get up to my rated rpm of 21oo, about 50 off
And yes, yes it was a lot of pitch. You absolutely knew when it went into gear.
Bushing worked great for me. 28 square 4 blade no problem. Swung a 26x40.3 with no issue either, little over square but that's ok.
Don't worry about the size off your shaft. It is how you use it that is important.
Swing a 28 with it if you can fit it
Don't worry about it
Probably the resistor code as far as the wiring to the controls.
Bad boys ravage our young girls but Violet gave willingly
black brown red orange...
Could be a 240 or 300 Ford
She's 10'3" wide and a soft chine built down, not skeg built so she is a softer ride and you won't lose any fillings in the process of boating.
If you look up the history of 28's you will find that the MR is not the same as the NB(Millennium)
Close, but not quite
Don't forget I have a 28...
The transmission has a 100% duty cycle. It doesn't care if turning left or right, same ratio either way. Most props are left hand in this neck...
9 foot of beam
8' 3" at the transom
Uh no, OEM 25
Sticker on the aft quarter says that at least
That one did 20 with 115 weighing in at 5,260 lbs
Coosa desk and bulkheads, balsa core...
Pushes pretty good with an outboard
I'd like to see one with a bracket
Try white vinegar