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01 July 2013 - 09:53 AMalmost forgot about this monster 1002389_10151748259323708_1641267917_n.jpg (78.96K)
Number of downloads: 31
17 April 2013 - 08:23 PMwhy doesn't your bilge pump have an auto float hooked directly to the battery, having to turn it to auto seems
wierd to me
I have a switch, auto/off/manual. Must have turned it to the off position last fall cause its normally left in the auto position. It is now! lol
And yes they are the hard plastic lines.
17 April 2013 - 07:51 PMIMG_8579.jpeg (841.79K)
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17 April 2013 - 12:13 PMGood call. I am expecting someone to say "The bottom of the lake is very close to the surface so watch out for that" lol
I think it will be alright though.
17 April 2013 - 11:48 AMThanks Dave, I called them. WOW! A new one is quite expensive and they aren't sure if the hubs would even match up. He said my best bet would be to find and older one since they dont make them the same. If anyone has one to sell, or knows someone with one, let me know. I just might buy it for the right price lol
Use searchtempest to look on CL for props and find one to match. I don't think it would be that hard.
Are you just looking for a spare? Do you understand the "17R17 1-1/4" means a 17 inch diameter, right-hand, 17 inch pitch with 1.25 shaft? If you're just looking for a spare, you can just get one close... could be an inch bigger or smaller in diameter or pitch, but the shaft diameter has to match. (also, would have to be right-hand to work!)
When i bought my boat 2 years ago the guy gave this spare on to me. He said it is a better prop than the ones that are on it, but he never got around to buying a matching one. So I wanted to get the left one and put them on to see if theres a difference. The ones that are on it are fine....but supposedly these ones get ya out of the hole faster.
I did not understand what the numbers and letters meant. Now I do! Thank you!