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post #5 of Old 04-06-2008
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From my one experience wihth a late '70 Hunter 30, ( back when it was new at that) make sure there aren't any little set screws in the bilge..say for a float switch. If a half inch screw like such backs out, the boat will fill with water and sink...just my one personal experience.

Go for the Catalina by a mile. several regards...
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