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reinstalling parts

Post: # 926Post 77viper »

Man does it blow putting parts back into a boat that you put in and just took out. The worst part is in about 3 hours I caused myself about 8 hours work. The one good thing Is I can make a few changes. I hope to have it all back together on friday for a pre Omaha race day on sat. :boating:

Oh ya I got a cool set of bow rails if Hippie doesn't want them :o they will be up for grabs.
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Re: reinstalling parts

Post: # 927Post Hippie459MN »

Think im gonna have to pass on em for now. ;)

Just glad to hear things worked out for ya on the boat. :up:
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Re: reinstalling parts

Post: # 937Post Surface Scratcher »

Congratulations on your new boat...again :up: .

You didn't have to switch the steering back to the rusty one, didja? ;)
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Re: reinstalling parts

Post: # 940Post 77viper »

Thanks once I have a title in my hand I'll tell the full story it's a good one.

I didn't have time to take my steering out of it so I drained it so the wheel would turn and nothing would happen. I just got home from the shop and used our electric bleeder for the first time. They were using atf in it so I drained it and refilled it with sea star fluid. Man it was a 15 minute job and is solid as a rock last one I did took 1/2 hour with 2 people.
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91 vegas loaned out
79 vking project 2.5 280
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