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Repowering an Ericson 27

I have own an Ericson 27 and would like to know if anyone has re-powered a similar boat from 26 to 32 with an electric drive system. I am planning to so an system with another boat I just acquired, 79 Newport 30.
Mike Gunning "Chiquita"
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Lightbulb Aux. Electrons....

Lots of info on the Ericson owners' site about electric power for a 27.
EY.o Welcome Page
Go to Discussion: Information Exchange: and search on SolidNav.
Here is one good thread.
Hey Mark F -- SolidNav??? - EY.o Information Exchange

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Lots of info on the Ericson owners' site about electric power for a 27.
EY.o Welcome Page
Go to Discussion: Information Exchange: and search on SolidNav.
Here is one good thread.
Hey Mark F -- SolidNav??? - EY.o Information Exchange

"More power to ya!"

LB
Nice to see someone who can use apostrophes.
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