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  1. #41

    Re: First time winterizing myself

    Me either
    Family Tides 1969 41' Twin Cabin
    High Bar Harbor Yacht Club
    Barnegat Light NJ

  2. #42

    Re: First time winterizing myself

    got mine yesterday its new and nice

    Art
    Trouble
    43DCFB
    AYC NY

  3. #43

    Re: First time winterizing myself

    Got mine today. Looks great.
    Family Tides 1969 41' Twin Cabin
    High Bar Harbor Yacht Club
    Barnegat Light NJ

  4. #44

    Re: First time winterizing myself

    Talking about the ebay oil pump? Got mine yesterday - brand new as advertised. Tested (dry) and worked beautifully

  5. #45

    Re: First time winterizing myself

    Quote Originally Posted by Kim Beatley View Post
    I decided to just take boat to marina and let the yard do the winterizing. If you let them buy materials and they do the work, they guarantee their work and anything broken, due to freezing or sitting up over the winter, they will fix when you put the boat back into the water. May cost a few more dollars, but no more worries.

    Their chief mechanic recommended that we run the boat as much as possible, draining the fuel tanks down as low as possible. They will then fill with non-ethnal gas and stabilize.
    Sounds like the best Idea for you are you shrink wrapping it?

    If yes make sure it is done Correct for a painted boat because most yards are Clueless about it!
    Dan
    End Of The Line II
    1967 34C

    EOTL II Rebuild Web Page

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  6. #46

    Re: First time winterizing myself

    Quote Originally Posted by sgharford View Post
    Talking about the ebay oil pump? Got mine yesterday - brand new as advertised. Tested (dry) and worked beautifully
    I set mine up as a portable.

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  7. #47

    Re: First time winterizing myself

    Greg,
    Saw your boat yesterday in the yard. She looks great! I'm all the way to the back of the fenced in part of the yard. Stop by sometime when your down there. I'll be down there again tomorrow.
    Jack Sardina

  8. #48

    Re: First time winterizing myself

    Quote Originally Posted by Jon View Post
    I set mine up as a portable.

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    Looks great. Can you wire the switch to run the pump in two directions or are you just going to reverse the battery connections?

    Art
    Trouble
    43DCFB
    AYC NY

  9. #49

    Re: First time winterizing myself

    Quote Originally Posted by TROUBLE View Post
    Looks great. Can you wire the switch to run the pump in two directions or are you just going to reverse the battery connections?

    Art
    Actually I didn't think about ways to reverse the motor. I add the oil (big funnel) manually through the intake on the valve cover so being able to pump oil in is a non issue to me. If there ever comes a time I need to do that I think I would just reverse the hoses.

  10. #50

    Re: First time winterizing myself

    Is there a way to wire a switch that would allow you to change the motor direction when necessary? I think i want to mount my pump and hard wire it.

    Art
    Trouble
    43DCFB
    AYC NY

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