Welcome. Did he get you straightened out or is there an issue ? I would like to know what you find out if you don't mind sharing the info.
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Google Capitol marine gears dot com and you can get the manual for your gear. You need the model number found on the metal tag on the gear.
Google Chris Jones Marine in S.C. he is very knowledgeable and can help you
Congratulations on the First Lady. She is a good buy and a beautiful yacht.
Plus one on the tonic / club small bottles , the quarts go flat to quickly even unopened sometimes.
And add a vacuum gage while your at it
I replaced my hood with a Nutone model many years ago and it fit perfectly in every respect.
For my 46 with the older style hull and lower Hp, it's not a following sea as much as a quartering sea.
In either case , I raise trim tabs to...
Congrats and best of luck. I love a traditional boat and between the helm, interior fit & finish, and her profile I would be in love with her too
If the engines you are looking at are 8V92s and 480 hp, that sounds like a low HP 8V92. I would expect a longer life because the HP suggests Naturals.
I wish that pretty often myself.
I looked at these a while ago and I was a little leary of the open stern on her. The open bow by their theory makes sense but still worried me....
Etiquette and courtesy in general
Well bless that owners heart......
That's polite.. no?
What I should clarify here is the bottom around here holds pretty good.
I don't have a Rocna and it is why I asked about where it holds.
I would agree with Mapism except I just bit the bullet and put one under my master.
The fellow that sold it to me assured me that they are quiet...
LOL, No way man..... plus we have a dinette and a back deck.
No eating that crap on the sofa !!!!!!
we re-upholstered many years ago.
Mostly because it fit the space so perfectly.
I think before Pleather was popular.
Replaced the back cushions...
What type bottom do you usually anchor up in ?
Around here it is thick, stinky mud.
Holds pretty good.