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Old 01-27-2018, 09:49 AM
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Can you point me toward an engine hatch actuator for a 400 ss beyond going back to formula? What is the voltage, length and load rating needed?
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Old 03-23-2018, 05:47 PM
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Did you ever get the answer to your question? My hatch actuator needs replacing. Thanks.
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Did you ever get the answer to your question? My hatch actuator needs replacing. Thanks.
yours is the same as mine was. I bought a heavier duty one off amazon for $350. 1000lb capacity. Was a little different so the extension did not fit but I think I can make the extension work.
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yours is the same as mine was. I bought a heavier duty one off amazon for $350. 1000lb capacity. Was a little different so the extension did not fit but I think I can make the extension work.
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Thanks for your help Wilks! BTW, in the other thread, the couple from Rochester isn't the Moe's is it?
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Wilks, did you get that hatch actuator to fit and work? What modification if any did you need to make to accomplish this?
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Itís in and working less the upper extension piece. Still need to figure out how to make it work
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Itís in and working less the upper extension piece. Still need to figure out how to make it work
Okay, thanks for getting back to me. Was quoted $820 for the actuator from Formula. I may just buy the damn part.
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