2008 350 Sundancer

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  1. J-Rod

    J-Rod Member

    42
    Jul 10, 2009
    Mt. Sinai LI, NY
    350 Sundancer 2008
    8.1 Mercruiser w/Bravo III Axius
    I purchased this boat this season but do not see any threads or info on it.
    Does anyone know if there is an official or unofficial thread for the 350/370 Sundancer?
    I would like to know how to get the fabric speaker covers off in the cockpit. I'm not sure if they just pull off or if there are any clips.
     
  2. saltydogz

    saltydogz Member

    207
    Sep 15, 2008
    Chesapeake Bay
    2008 350 Sundancer
    -Prevs Boat: 290 Amberjack 2005
    Twin MerCruiser Horizon 8.1L (375hp) w/ V-Drives
    I just got mine this past November as well. There use to be an old thread that I found a couple of months ago, but it was not updated in a long time. I came across it when I did a search back in the winter. We have been really enjoying it. It was a nice move up from our 290 Amberjack that we had.

    I have the same question, but have not got around to posting it. We may need to give this question its own thread to get an answer.
     

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  3. JimG

    JimG Well-Known Member SILVER Sponsor

    Nov 4, 2008
    Southern WV
    2007 310 DA
    Kohler 5ECD
    Twin 350 Mags
    Raw Water Cooled
    V-Drives
  4. Pilot

    Pilot Member

    174
    May 7, 2009
    Chesapeake Bay
    2009 370 Searay DA
    V Drives
    Twin 8.1's
    Welcome to the real 350! Yep, just yank those covers off. I've replaced my speakers also on the swim platform as the cones tend to rot every 3-4 years.
    Happy to help with any issues you may have. Its a Great boat, but there are a few maintenance items that a 2008 requires.
     
  5. ziekman@cox.net

    ziekman@cox.net Active Member SILVER Sponsor

    Jun 23, 2009
    Old Saybrook, CT
    2012 45 Yacht
    D6 Volvo Penta IPS
    My 08 330's speakers were also fastened with the industrial velcro. I pulled one off, and in this case that Velcro did not release easily, I really needed to work it.
     
  6. stephenm27

    stephenm27 Member

    206
    Nov 3, 2009
    Milton, GA
    2009 310 Sundancer
    350 MAG Mercs/B3 x 2 (Axius Premier)
    If you use a plastic spatula or putty knife to separate the velcro, it goes much faster/easier. Also, you may find there are some plastic "christmas trees" (think automotive interior panel fasteners) used to attach the panels in addition to the velcro...
     
  7. ziekman@cox.net

    ziekman@cox.net Active Member SILVER Sponsor

    Jun 23, 2009
    Old Saybrook, CT
    2012 45 Yacht
    D6 Volvo Penta IPS
    Great point, and that now makes me recall picking up an interior trim removal tool from the car parts store, which served the same purpose as the plastic spatula/putty knife.
     

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