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Would like to let every know that Continental Yachts Sales in Quincy Ma has a lot to offer. We offer used parts for both power and sail boats, new discounted inflatables rafts, new Samyung marine electronics and other new gear all at dicounted pricing. Continental Yachts Sales also offers storage, hauling, salvage,sales of both power and sail boats. If your looking to sell your boat we offer a low priced listing service for $100.00 no other fees give us a call.

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Do you have used 2 stroke engines?
Thank you for contacting us. how ever right now we only have a few four stroke outboards in stock. What size were you looking for we may be able to help find one for you.
One that I can pick up with one hand! :-) 3.5hp?
I need an Adler Barbour R12 evaporator box 6"x10"x11" . I punctured mine! The compressor (Danfoss Cold Machine) was working fine. Any possibilities and/or suggestions. Not too expensive :(
Thank you for checking with us, I am checking ouor stock right and will get back you with what we have.
I am sorry but we don't have any of your items in stock right should we come up with somthing we will let you know.

Again thank you for checking with us.

P.S
They make expoy to repair evaporator's but the problem you are going to have is finding R12 to replace. R 12 is not made any longer and the replacement will not work with the oil that is in your compressor. You may want to check with a local service person.
I know someone that has R12 so that's not a problem, but I puntured the evaporator and am trying to pry the indention out ... what epoxy do you suggest to repair it that will bond to hold the presurized cold? I've read of several options. Also found an eveaporator on ebay, but will have to sauder the copper tubes.... at least options.
Thanks
You may want to find somthing like this. This came out of the www.johnstonesupply.com catalog


Red Epoxy



FIG

Catalog Page: 1068



Formulated for patching or sealing on all metals including aluminum and some plastics

Includes two 0.5 oz. tubes

Curing may be performed with a hot air gun or an open flame

Exhibits a unique color change when completely heat cured

Equipment is serviceable within minutes

Temperature range: -100°F to +300°F, bursting strength: 6,000 PSI
Brother in Law looking to replace his knotmeter on his Tartan 10. Entire unit from sender to display.
It might be less complicated to buy an inexpensive handheld GPS (less than $100 and nothing to install)--more accurate, too but tells you nothing about current.
MOISTURE METER FOR CHECKING FOR DAMPNESS AND WATER IN YOUR DECK OR WALLS. I used it to look at boats to buy. Contact me for more pictures $25.00 plus postage.

Looking for used (or bargain basement priced new) Lewmar 43 self tailing winch - or similar.

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