"I'd be interested in doing some of the trip depending on when you were thinking of traveling. I've done a couple of blue water trips from CT and RI down to the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay. Actually had some part of my butt…"
"There should be two set screws on the shaft side of the coupling. These will keep the shaft from moving fore and aft. They should also be wired together with stainless steel wire to prevent their loosening.
I'm attaching a photo I…"
"Just as a side note, don't do any prop shaft alignment while the boat is hauled out. That must be done in the water as you can have some torque of the hull while on the hard and mess up an alignment."
"Ha!!! it is interesting how information comes out. I'll bet you a dime for a dollar that the prop has not opened up fully and causing an imbalance. A barnacle in the wrong place could very well do that and prevent one blade…"
"The only way it could be the alternator is if there were and extremely heavy load on it, meaning your batteries charge level was very low. If you have a shore power charger, this should not be the case.
As far as if a wire were broken on the…"
"If it runs rough while not in gear, it may not be running on all cylinders. I'd check each cylinder by loosening the fuel line at each injector one at a time while it is running. If air is in the system, it will get pushed out and…"
"We use a product called TeakGuard from AllGuard on all of the teak on our B40.
It's water based. Goes not easy. 3 coats at the beginning of the season and we're done.
It was an adventurous, albeit cultural experience as my friend Linda Rincones and I drove from Punta Cana to Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic. Initially we traveled west toward Boca Chico where we approached our first fork in the road. Confidentially we chose the wrong prong. After a ten kilometer cruise we took a gander through a neighborhood which luckily led us back to the correct prong. A few hours later we approached three more forks. We took each one in stride appreciating our…See More
Hola,Who was the first to coin the phrase, "It's not the place, it's the people?" i don't know. maybe someone will take the time to research the author. not me, not today, Afterall i am surrounded by a wonderful family of brothers, their wives and my best friend while embracing this province.See More
"Hi Gary, honestly I haven't tried purchasing it since I bought my 2 quarts. I'm only half way into the first quart after 2 years. Of course I store it properly (or so I think) so I'm hoping to have enough for another 3-4…"