"Our marina in Clear Lake TX had very little water exchange. Flushing the head with saltwater would almost drive you out of the boat. Friends with other B40s used their shower wand to provide fresh water for the flush. We had looked…"
Frank your comment didn't show up in the discussions on the 40/43 site. It's simply a comment on your page. Not sure if others will see it. For what it's worth I don't have the problem on our boat. There are two pieces of hardware holding the track in place, one on either end of the track. Look under the end caps for them. You should be able to tighten them with a hex key. There's a small flat square that fits inside the boom that the bolt screws into. I'd also check the car that rides on the track as they can lose the bearings allowing the car to become loose fitting on the track. Although if you're missed enough bearings it usually results in the car binding.
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Hi Everyone,Help needed. I have a 43 launched July 2010. During this season the holding tank seacock on the saloon heads failed open. Irritating but liveable with in the English Channel. Boat now out of water and can’t identify the manufacturer or type number. Ancasta have consulted France but want nearly £300 for New one. Valve is right angle one with, not measured, 2inch…See More
"Sheath blocks on Z Spar Beneteau 43, 2010
I’ve been thinking that sheath blocks with internal bearings might be useful on main and spinnaker.
Anyone ever fitted them, are they available, do you think it will be worth it.
Help needed. I have a 43 launched July 2010. During this season the holding tank seacock on the saloon heads failed open. Irritating but liveable with in the English Channel. Boat now out of water and can’t identify the…"