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A few weeks ago I had the boat hauled at Bert's boat yard in Weymouth and had the bottom blasted, faired where required and barrier coated. Two coats of Seahawk multi season paint and relaunched. Kind of pricey but a nasty job to tackle. Very fair on the yard and haul fee's. This is a job I would ne...
- Fri Sep 11, 2020 6:47 am
- Forum: Bertram 33 General
- Topic: Lights for interior? LED vs incadescent?
- Replies: 8
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On Retriever I removed the fluorescent fixtures as best I could, duplicated the translucent lenses in veneered plywood (1/8" Luan) finished them bright and installed in the middle of each a "DR LED' Saturn ring LED downlight. I believed I used the spot model 8001641. Hooked up utilizing the existing...
Rick, I had a loose lower bracket on the port inside strut. When I installed it one side was thru bolted (bolt broke at head) the other was a self tapping screw into the stringer. Will use a much longer screw this time to make sure it gets into the wood. I think a mooring ball that was too close cau...
For once the weather people got it spot on. It blew stink here from midnight till 2:30 AM. Most of the towns down here are dark. Knock on wood I have power at my house and my work. My wife's brother on the ocean in Scituate had 75 knots. He's on generator today. Glad the boat is on the hard.
- Thu Sep 12, 2019 5:24 am
- Forum: Bertram 33 Sportfisher
- Topic: Heat Exchanger ?
- Replies: 12
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I replaced the port heat exchanger this spring as for the last two years I would have to top up the expansion tank every couple of times I ran the boat. Has been fine since and this engine runs a bit cooler now than the starboard. Am planning on doing the starboard this off season. (which starts thi...