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Topic Review (Newest First)
08-14-2013 11:35 PM
Afterburner
Re: Islander 28: Atomic 4 Prop Replacement

DLHendrix,

Did you ever sell your 3 bladed prop?
09-05-2012 06:58 AM
downeast450
Re: Islander 28: Atomic 4 Prop Replacement

Alan,

What is the verdict on the prop?

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04-30-2012 05:32 PM
garthbf
Re: Islander 28: Atomic 4 Prop Replacement

It is in Seattle right now. as soon as we close we will be doing some work and then bringing it north. we will be mooring it in Anacortes by the end of May.
04-30-2012 05:25 PM
DLHendrix
Re: Islander 28: Atomic 4 Prop Replacement

Our boat, named Polaris, is in Mitchell Bay on San Juan Island. We do come to the mainland occasionally so perhaps I could bring the props or you might be in Friday Harbor?

Don Hendrix
360-378-4590
04-30-2012 05:06 PM
mbeland
Re: Islander 28: Atomic 4 Prop Replacement

Hey Garth. Where's your Islander 28 located? Mine is in Arlington for a lengthy refit but should be in Anacortes the first week in June.
04-30-2012 03:20 PM
garthbf
Re: Islander 28: Atomic 4 Prop Replacement

thanks,
Can you send me a private message with your contact info? I can not send a message for seven days as I just joined.
thanks
Garth
04-30-2012 02:58 PM
DLHendrix
Re: Islander 28: Atomic 4 Prop Replacement

Yes, indeed. I have two props which I used on my 1978 Islander 28 witn a Volvo MD7 engine. One is a two blade prop, in very good condition, and a second which is a 3-blade Capbell Sailor prop, which is in nearly new condition. Shortly after I purchased the second prop I changed the engine in my boat to a Yanmar 3YM20 which required a change in prop and shaft because of the increase in hp and direction of operation. I would very much like to find a home for these two propellers.
04-30-2012 01:42 PM
garthbf
Re: Props for I-28?

DL,
do you still have the props available? I am in the process of buying a 78 Inlander 28 with an MD7a.
thanks,
09-11-2010 12:02 PM
28islander Thanks for all the information DL. I am looking forward to having a reliable powerplant in our boat. Still haven't decided but think we are leaning toward the 20HP Beta Marine.
09-10-2010 11:15 PM
DLHendrix
Repower of I-28

The technician at Canoe Cove found that the Yanmar engine would fit on the old engine bed but its engine mounts had to be extended all the way to align with the shaft. He therefore mounted a block of aluminum on each mount and bolted the new engine to these.
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