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Old 03-07-2009, 05:48 PM
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I'm looking for information and pictures from this boat. It was rigged by Bobby Moore in, I believe in 1988. I'm looking for whomever owned the boat and removed the engines, as a gentleman in Des Moines Iowa now has the hull/trailer w/o the power. Any help??

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try this

http://www.offshoreonly.com/forums/s...rab-parts.html
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I bought all those parts. I'm looking for the drive plates for the 3 B&M 2speed transmissions that were with the package. Whoever took the power out of the boat has them or, hopefully, knows where they are. They are specific to the B&M transmission and should have been left with the transmissions, in my opinion. Anybody have any ideas? I'm going to call B&M on Monday to see if they have/sell them or know where I can get them, but in the meantime I'm searching for the ones that were in the original boat. I was hoping that someone on OSO had knowledge of that boat and it's history.

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Correction, it is a 46, not a 47. It must have had big power, as the Stelling's that I bought are the Big Tube models and the tailpipes are 5.5" in diameter, i.e. really huge tubes.
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i know the boat and the captain Tim parry.. it's been acouple years sense i've seen the boat but it doesn't show 100 hours.. it shows more it 20-25 hours.. and all the work that i've ever seen the guy do is 110%..he does really nice work.. i've have him work on my boat any day of the week.. if you are looking to buy it.. you can do it sight unseen.. it's that nice..
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