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|04-01-2010 08:14 AM|
sorry for the long delay - leaks have held up well. I keep a wrench and screwdriver on board if I need to tighten the pressure plates. Havent had to re grease yet - used waterproof wheel bearing grease. boat looks nice - like all the wood adds - with the nice lines of the chryslers - makes your ls look classic!
|12-03-2009 10:55 PM|
|Dokoloco||Curious how your attmpts to seal the leaks around the levers turned out. I have a LS 16 that I totally rebuilt a few years ago and Have the same problem. I have some gaskets off the plumbing aisle at the big-box that I'm hoping will solve the problem but I haven't put them in yet. Have to say, I never thought about greasing them also.|
|07-31-2009 11:36 AM|
leaking ls 13
We have one - there are nylon gaskets and rubber o rings behind the aluminum plates.
I dismantled mine. cleaned everything. replaced the o rings, scraped smooth the nylon gasket and replaced the stainless nuts and bolts - I re-assmbled with some waterproof grease and thing have held up pretty well. I do keep a srewdriver and wrench to tighten the seals occasionally when i notice a leak.
hope this helps.
|03-26-2009 12:46 AM|
chrysler-13 lonestar leaks
well i just inherited a chrysler-13 lonestar in a box to rebuild. i do know water leaks in around the levers that control the daggerboards. anyideas from somebody that has had this problem or do i just chop the pockets out and replace with some kind of seal? thanks