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Search: Posts Made By: Podjo
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 01-11-2011
Replies: 3
Views: 759
Posted By Podjo
If you remove the sissy bars at the mast, you...

If you remove the sissy bars at the mast, you will be under 13.5 feet.
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 01-06-2011
Replies: 18
Views: 2,156
Posted By Podjo
If it is a Walbro fuel pump, then it should be...

If it is a Walbro fuel pump, then it should be self priming. The Walbro is rated to run dry for at least one hour. You may want to check that there is no restrictions in fuel prior to the pump. I...
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 11-30-2010
Replies: 5
Views: 1,210
Posted By Podjo
After Beth restored ours, she asked me to add a...

After Beth restored ours, she asked me to add a brass piano hinge to the outside edge. It was much easier to handle after that. Small cabinet bumpers on the bottom would be a good idea to soften the...
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 11-30-2010
Replies: 4
Views: 1,536
Posted By Podjo
The mast on the 37 is 42 feet long with...

The mast on the 37 is 42 feet long with everything removed from the top. Are you planning on removing the pulpit and mast sissy bars? They add quite a bit to the overall height.
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 11-23-2010
Replies: 7
Views: 1,166
Posted By Podjo
You are right! It is ABC.

You are right! It is ABC.
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 10-24-2010
Replies: 4
Views: 647
Posted By Podjo
Hull number 166 had internal halyards. Seems...

Hull number 166 had internal halyards. Seems like the 34s have external.
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 10-18-2010
Replies: 19
Views: 2,800
Posted By Podjo
I have a solid stainless stern rail that I...

I have a solid stainless stern rail that I removed from a PSC37, and I would like to sell it. It does not have the gate, as a monitor wind vane was installed behind it. Taking off the rail was not...
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 09-23-2010
Replies: 32
Views: 6,053
Posted By Podjo
I was at the factory in Washington last week and...

I was at the factory in Washington last week and they are getting very good at tiller conversions. They are doing some beautiful work, and I believe I heard that they have done five so far.
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 03-26-2010
Replies: 4
Views: 736
Posted By Podjo
Maritime Mobile Nets

Here is a list of Maritime Nets:

Ham Radio HF Nets (http://www.ac6v.com/nets.htm#Mari)

The 14.300 USB net is the most active net that I have heard here in North Carolina.

Best Regards,
sv...
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 03-02-2010
Replies: 11
Views: 2,093
Posted By Podjo
Bronze CQR

The original CQR anchor has lead in the tip of the plow to aid in setting. Does the bronze one?
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 02-22-2010
Replies: 3
Views: 1,538
Posted By Podjo
Some gypsies have the chain size stamped into the...

Some gypsies have the chain size stamped into the metal. If you take the gypsy off, is there a marking in the casting?
Forum: Pacific Seacraft 01-20-2010
Replies: 7
Views: 1,059
Posted By Podjo
I have found that if I shut the valve between the...

I have found that if I shut the valve between the the racor and the fuel tank, that fuel did not drain back into the tank when the Racor was opened up. I could then remove the dirty filter, insert...
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