Official 1980's Weekender/Sundancer 300 thread

Discussion in 'Classic Sea Rays' started by Lucky's, May 28, 2012.

  1. dwna1a

    dwna1a Well-Known Member PLATINUM Sponsor

    Apr 23, 2012
    James River
    88 Weekender 300 "Seahorse"
    Twins 350
    Can anyone tell me where, and the size of the window channel seals. Mine are leaking. It looks to be a U shaped rubber
     
  2. QT1

    QT1 Member

    381
    Oct 20, 2016
    Belair, MD
    1988 300 Weekender, "Quality Time".
    5.7 Mercruisers, Avon rib w/ Yamaha 4 Stroke
    There was a thread in this forum long ago. I copy and pasted it. I will try to find it.
     
  3. Keith Delk jr.

    Keith Delk jr. New Member

    26
    Sep 16, 2018
    1989 Sea Ray 300 weekender
    Twin 5.7 350
    Taylor marine in New York 3507040 part number.
     
  4. Keith Delk jr.

    Keith Delk jr. New Member

    26
    Sep 16, 2018
    1989 Sea Ray 300 weekender
    Twin 5.7 350
    7/16” wide if I remember correctly
     
  5. dwna1a

    dwna1a Well-Known Member PLATINUM Sponsor

    Apr 23, 2012
    James River
    88 Weekender 300 "Seahorse"
    Twins 350
    Ok thank you
     
  6. Keith Delk jr.

    Keith Delk jr. New Member

    26
    Sep 16, 2018
    1989 Sea Ray 300 weekender
    Twin 5.7 350
    You have to buy it in 9’ section.36’ cost 225
     
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  7. dwna1a

    dwna1a Well-Known Member PLATINUM Sponsor

    Apr 23, 2012
    James River
    88 Weekender 300 "Seahorse"
    Twins 350
    Folks, I've got a question for us Classic owners. I've found a 34 with Vdrives 1989. Genset, FWC 454's. I knew her previous owner, he didn't fix a issue, he replaced the issue. The Genset is 5 years old, one engine is 6years old.

    Is 4' worth the move up? The late 80's are very well built boats.

    I've completely redone all of my electronics and sound system, just completing those projects. I'm not sure I'd like to start all that again

    I know what the boat sold for 5 years ago, and what they are asking is within range unless they have blown something up.

    Opinions please
     
  8. Captainscall

    Captainscall New Member

    17
    Sep 4, 2018
    1988 300 Sundancer
    350 Mercruisers w/Alpha Drives
    I have a stupid question. I assume our dinettes lay down into a bed. I have never seen a photo of it set up as a bed. If it does set up as a bed I assume there are extra cushions somewhere. Can anyone advise if it does go down into a bed and provide a pic if it does? Thanks!!
     
  9. Sundancer

    Sundancer Active Member

    Jul 20, 2005
    Prosser, WA
    30 year old CLASSIC 300 DA, towed almost anywhere behind the Duramax Duallie Crew Cab.
    16 cyl, 700 cu. in./Alpha I's
    wCaptainscall, yes, the dinette lays down and there should be 3 cushions. Two long ones that go across the table and there is a little short one that fills the gap on the rear dinette seat the pulls out about 12 to 18 inches. the little cushion fills the hole on the end under the window.
     
  10. dwna1a

    dwna1a Well-Known Member PLATINUM Sponsor

    Apr 23, 2012
    James River
    88 Weekender 300 "Seahorse"
    Twins 350
    Somebody had posted a question about a product that they thought might be to good to be true. It was a two part apoxey that worked really well for one of the members. I searched high and low tonight for the posting.

    Can any one help me to remember the product? It was for core rotting and soft spots
     
  11. Keith Delk jr.

    Keith Delk jr. New Member

    26
    Sep 16, 2018
    1989 Sea Ray 300 weekender
    Twin 5.7 350
    1D94299E-6319-4ED0-B26C-5DD8A48ED5FA.jpeg The wife and I got her out for the first time this evening. Had a very nice short cruise for a hour
     
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  12. dwna1a

    dwna1a Well-Known Member PLATINUM Sponsor

    Apr 23, 2012
    James River
    88 Weekender 300 "Seahorse"
    Twins 350
    Kieth, she looks very nice. Enjoy.
     
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  13. Keith Delk jr.

    Keith Delk jr. New Member

    26
    Sep 16, 2018
    1989 Sea Ray 300 weekender
    Twin 5.7 350
    Thanks,just needs a little tlc I will have her in good shape by spring
     
  14. Keith Delk jr.

    Keith Delk jr. New Member

    26
    Sep 16, 2018
    1989 Sea Ray 300 weekender
    Twin 5.7 350
    7463E272-EB89-4638-85F1-39ACDBD773A7.jpeg 38BE581A-4D64-4718-A7D7-A42310145BBC.jpeg Since I have owned her . Pulled rub rail and resealed ,replaced the window flocking. Deep cleaned the inside. Starboard side engine replaced head gaskets and intake manifold gaskets. And reworked heads since the where off
     
  15. Keith Delk jr.

    Keith Delk jr. New Member

    26
    Sep 16, 2018
    1989 Sea Ray 300 weekender
    Twin 5.7 350
     
  16. Keith Delk jr.

    Keith Delk jr. New Member

    26
    Sep 16, 2018
    1989 Sea Ray 300 weekender
    Twin 5.7 350
    7EFADF08-B45A-4A06-BB81-731723FE8C4B.jpeg E11BA5A3-988C-408B-87C3-2271BCF0D719.jpeg
     

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  17. SCORPIO

    SCORPIO Well-Known Member SILVER Sponsor

    Apr 7, 2008
    Delaware
    1989 300 DA
    Twin 5.7 Merc Alpha I
    Was it the Injectadeck product?
    If so, I posted in that thread. It was in the general discussion forum.
    Was this it? My post is #12http://clubsearay.com/index.php?threads/anyone-ever-use-injectadeck.78478/
     
    Last edited: Oct 9, 2018
  18. dwna1a

    dwna1a Well-Known Member PLATINUM Sponsor

    Apr 23, 2012
    James River
    88 Weekender 300 "Seahorse"
    Twins 350
    I know it was the product you used. That same area on mine is kinda soft.
     
  19. SCORPIO

    SCORPIO Well-Known Member SILVER Sponsor

    Apr 7, 2008
    Delaware
    1989 300 DA
    Twin 5.7 Merc Alpha I
    Seal your windshield screws, that's where mine let in tbe water. The injectadeck really worked well. I was skeptical but it made a believer out of me.
     
    Last edited: Oct 12, 2018
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  20. dwna1a

    dwna1a Well-Known Member PLATINUM Sponsor

    Apr 23, 2012
    James River
    88 Weekender 300 "Seahorse"
    Twins 350
    I plan on sealing the screws and then replacing the window glazing. Once all that is done I'm going to have to make the repair.

    I have a question, I've ordered the side window flocking and new screw cover rubber. Can I remove the outside frame of the window and how?
     

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