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Well you have been fortunate (not) to have been lectured by our lying POS Prime Minister that all is well in New Zealand because she has banned...
Had a 93 240 Bowrider.. excellent platform for all your uses mentioned above. Big block engine but economical to run.
Dont order the lens though as these do not have the same hole centres as our vintage boats. I found out the hard way but they were good about it,...
Im pleased to say that Go2 Marine were excellent in their handling of the problem.
After having similar issues I can understand where you are coming from..all you can do is look forward to years of happy boating after the repairs...
Wondering if anyone has had dealings with the above vendor.
I have purchased some new lenses for portlights but predrilled holes were different...
I live nearby and am looking for replacement porthole acrylic windows.
Anything in stock...?
Cheers Steve Gill
I have a spare lh prop inch and a half about the right pitch if u are stuck...freight could be high tho. Let me know and I will check pitch.
Welcome to our world..its great that someone here in NZ has these bits available
He is very helpful and obliging to deal with to boot.
Whereabouts in NZ...?
Hi guys, Hope all is well in your world. SARAMEE is in fine fettle. 2100 hours now. I trust that SARAMEE TOO IS SERVING YOU WELL.
Stay away from the 450 or the 300hp Cats...?
Probably a wise move...if it doesnt feel right trust your instincts.
The high iron content is usually a tell tale that the transmissions have some...
Tks Frank I will check it out.
Another quick question, hull anodes have been disappearing at an increased rate lately coinciding with the onboard...
I have a rather annoying leak which fills the storage area under the seating in the aft cabin on the port side.
It appears to comes from behind...
....and they are hard to access of course....!!!!!!!
Welcome. I have fond memories of my 240 bow rider...big block chev with Bravo 1.
When you do find the GFCI the reset button is difficult to see from the side on view..look closely its there.
Auckland to Picton NZ.. 630nm..over 3 days, 4 crew. helm, lookout, navigator (general duties), with 1 resting in 1 hour cycles, average speed 17...
Well worth the cost to replace the rubbers.
8349040 is the part # for the 450DA in case anyone needs it.
$7/ft and 31 feet required. Flounder...