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Search: Posts Made By: lsbrodsky
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 07-20-2011
Replies: 8
Views: 2,520
Posted By lsbrodsky
I agree with Tom; the Technautics unit is...

I agree with Tom; the Technautics unit is superior in terms of making ice, lower amp-hours, less total run time. It is easy to put one in.
Larry
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 06-13-2011
Replies: 1
Views: 1,103
Posted By lsbrodsky
I had a 31 for 16 years and sailed everything...

I had a 31 for 16 years and sailed everything except the 44. I crawled through and examined all of them. I did some cruising on a 37 and it is basically a small boat. Moreover, I have never really...
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 04-24-2011
Replies: 23
Views: 2,804
Posted By lsbrodsky
You need to look closely at any possible gasket...

You need to look closely at any possible gasket leakage now. If you did overpressure and it sounds likely you could have water leakage to the oil or oil leakage to the engine exterior. If the engine...
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 03-28-2011
Replies: 6
Views: 1,540
Posted By lsbrodsky
Just a guess but as the voltage dropped in your...

Just a guess but as the voltage dropped in your battery bank and perhaps already low, that required the current to increase for windlass operation. Eventually as the voltage became very low, the...
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 03-04-2011
Replies: 19
Views: 2,224
Posted By lsbrodsky
My factory barrier coat on Asylum was flaking off...

My factory barrier coat on Asylum was flaking off in sheets. Interlux said I got enough life out of the paint, but it did not seem right to me. nevertheless I was faced with a complete redo. At the...
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 01-20-2011
Replies: 4
Views: 742
Posted By lsbrodsky
I wondered about that every year that I owned my...

I wondered about that every year that I owned my 31, never asked the factory, and never figured it out.
Larry
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 12-17-2010
Replies: 5
Views: 802
Posted By lsbrodsky
I would not do it that way! I think your first...

I would not do it that way! I think your first instinct to install the new as you pull the old is correct. When I removed my stop cable, I had a very hard time feeding the new cable down through the...
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 12-07-2010
Replies: 12
Views: 1,575
Posted By lsbrodsky
Good trucking seems best

Al,

Your story is sad/amusing. I had Asylum trucked from IL to CT, no choice, and the trucking firm did a great job. The rerigging in CT had a few wrinkles that I had to iron out over time but I...
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 10-18-2010
Replies: 12
Views: 1,337
Posted By lsbrodsky
I once did a delivery on a brand new 37 with no...

I once did a delivery on a brand new 37 with no dodger. It was very wet!!! Upwind there was a lot of spray over the bow. Safe, but wet.
Larry
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 10-14-2010
Replies: 9
Views: 4,505
Posted By lsbrodsky
This sounds a little strange to me. The boat...

This sounds a little strange to me. The boat should have a prop that allows max engine RPM. Your dealer may mean that normal cruising rpm should be about 3200, which is just about right. Too many...
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 09-06-2010
Replies: 16
Views: 2,244
Posted By lsbrodsky
I had a soft pack but it was in the way on deck...

I had a soft pack but it was in the way on deck and too heavy to bring up from below so I just sold it. Figured my dinghy and EPIRB would have to do.
Larry
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 09-02-2010
Replies: 19
Views: 2,976
Posted By lsbrodsky
There is not always that much bearing exposed but...

There is not always that much bearing exposed but Deaton's did that for me to make it easier the next time. Good job!
Larry
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 08-29-2010
Replies: 10
Views: 1,591
Posted By lsbrodsky
My originals in 94 were white plastic. I replaced...

My originals in 94 were white plastic. I replaced them once and 2 part epoxy painted them the second time.
Larry
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 08-23-2010
Replies: 13
Views: 1,506
Posted By lsbrodsky
I replaced mine and bought it from PSC to be sure...

I replaced mine and bought it from PSC to be sure I had the right one.
Larry
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 08-12-2010
Replies: 11
Views: 1,116
Posted By lsbrodsky
I agree; I would not have wanted less than 12000....

I agree; I would not have wanted less than 12000. There were some very hot days where it took a while to pull the cabin temp down at night. Part of the reason is that I NEVER ran the AC unattended....
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 08-03-2010
Replies: 16
Views: 1,337
Posted By lsbrodsky
Done

I sent a PM for you
Larry
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 08-02-2010
Replies: 16
Views: 1,337
Posted By lsbrodsky
Try a PM to Bernd Jung. He bought Asylum from me...

Try a PM to Bernd Jung. He bought Asylum from me last year and keeps it up there.
Larry
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 07-11-2010
Replies: 11
Views: 1,116
Posted By lsbrodsky
I think mine was 12,000. In the head wet locker...

I think mine was 12,000. In the head wet locker with the intake on the side of the aft berth and one discharge led through the head lockers to the hanging locker aft of the chart table, out the top....
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 07-09-2010
Replies: 11
Views: 1,110
Posted By lsbrodsky
The stat begins to open at 160 and is fully open...

The stat begins to open at 160 and is fully open at 185. It took full load and warm seawater for me to be fully open once I had the newer exchanger. The hot water heater never had a problem, even...
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 07-08-2010
Replies: 11
Views: 1,110
Posted By lsbrodsky
Not all true

While I am sure your details are correct, I can tell you that my gauge saved my bacon several times. In one case my heat exchanger was fouled, in the other my seawater inlet was plugged with grass....
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 07-06-2010
Replies: 11
Views: 1,110
Posted By lsbrodsky
Steve, I think you solved the problem...

Steve,

I think you solved the problem nicely! It should not matter, inlet or return, as long as the system is full and you learn what temp is normal for you. The temp holds rock solid under all...
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 06-01-2010
Replies: 7
Views: 1,037
Posted By lsbrodsky
I had Asylum for many years with the same...

I had Asylum for many years with the same situation. I did not want davits and ruled out a hard dinghy. I had two different inflatables to solve the problem. I had a larger, heavier one when I had...
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 05-09-2010
Replies: 15
Views: 1,902
Posted By lsbrodsky
I had a backstay mount, worked fine for 13 years...

I had a backstay mount, worked fine for 13 years and was still fine when I sold the boat. I liked the cleaner look of not having a pole back there. If you needed to service the radar, you could put a...
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 05-04-2010
Replies: 13
Views: 2,021
Posted By lsbrodsky
I had a second through hull in the engine...

I had a second through hull in the engine compartment, t-ed off of it and mounted the washdown pump on the little shelf at the aft end of the engine compartment. I ran the hose up to a garden hose...
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 05-03-2010
Replies: 13
Views: 2,021
Posted By lsbrodsky
I had hull 83 and it only came with the...

I had hull 83 and it only came with the freshwater foot pump at the galley, plus pressurized water. I installed a Seagull filter on the discharge of that freshwaterfoot pump and it made a world of...
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