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Old 06-05-2008
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Post Why I have had to raise the water line...

  • All Engine belts (3 types, two for water pump)
  • Most engine hoses
  • Impellers & Gaskets (1 new, two old but still good)
  • Fuel Filters: Engine & Racor (2 of ea.)
  • Oil Filters (2 ea. & Oil)
  • Thermostat (1 new, 1 old but working)
  • Spare 2 bladed prop (the original)
  • Old Stuffing box & necessary packing (converted to drip-less this year)
  • Yards of lines & sheets
  • Multitude of blocks and rigging hardware
  • Pins for outboard prop
  • Variety of fuses from 1 amp to 20 amp?
  • Various light bulbs, for sure running lights
  • Electrical connectors, shrink tube, & wire
  • Fresh water pump kit (potable water, not engine)
  • Head Kit
  • Emergency Jump Start thing, does that count?
Thats all I can think off right now, these days I find myself starting to remove more than keeping it all on board.
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