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  1. Please Introduce Yourself
    My girlfriend and I are new owners of a well maintained 1973 Ericson 32. We live in Wisconsin and currently sail on lake michigan Second sailboat, first was Oday 23. Looking forward to the wealth of knowledge available from the members. I will thank you all in advance.
  2. Gas
    Here's my situation: Boat is powered by the mighty Atomic 4 which, of course, runs on gas not diesel. Said gas is in an aluminum tank under the settee. There is an approx. 3" hole in the top of the tank for the sender of the fuel gauge; the plate holding the sender is shown in the attached...
  3. General Discussion - Sailing Related
    Hi there, I'm repowering our boat and replacing an atomic 4 engine with a diesel based in Vancouver, BC. the atomic 4 is still operational, has been maintained well, and works well although is a bit tired. i have the engine in the shop, picture attached. I'm not sure of the value and...
  4. General Discussion - Sailing Related
    Hi all, I have a 35 foot Hughes Sloop currently moored in Vancouver. It has a tired atomic 4 engine that i think now needs to be replaced so I'm looking at repowering the boat. While we're at it I'd like to do some other upgrades such as painting, electrical etc. Of course, I'm not...
  5. General Discussion - Sailing Related
    I have a 35 foot Hughes Sloop with an Atomic 4 gas engine that's getting tired. It's time to start looking at a replacement, but I don't want to go to the expense of a boat yard. I've been told there are Kubota or Beta drop in replacements that can be done while at the dock. I'm in...
  6. Atomic 4
    I just received a quote to rebuild the Atomic 4 motor on my 1979 C&C 34. I was shocked at the $6,640 price tag for this job and I asked them to hold off on the repairs while I consider alternative options. During haul-out this season, it was noticed by the yard crew that the motor was creating...
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