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Old 05-13-2002, 10:17 PM
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Default The motor is IN the boat....now for the fun part.....

Motor is in, aligned, and bolted down. Thanks BGIII and Tinkerboater for all the help tonight. Couldn't have done it without you guys. A few things to be done before the back seat goes back in and I should be on the water Wed. or Thursday.
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I'm glad someone is making progress... it will be one happy day when i can make the same post.... good luck with the H2o test.....
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Ah......I think.....NO!!! I want 4 hours minimum on it before I leave for LOTO!!!!!!
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We put the gimble{?} ring back on & caulked {I said caulk,haha} the inside & most of out. One day {soon I hope} We'll have our Motor..............
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Foul grab a 6 pack and get the drop light and hit the engine bay!!!! YOu can do it man
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Audio, if it was 10 degrees warmer. It's down in the low 40's already. Cold!!! Fingers don't work well in the cold!!!!!
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Hot Boat magazine the other day and saw a picture of your boat in the Stern Drive Tech section. I thought that was pretty cool. Good luck getting that new motor dialed in. Normally I am doing the same thing, but no major changes were made for this season so all I need to do is go boating. One of these days the weather will shape up so we can get out and rip it up. Let us know how it does.
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Don't be a *** hag!!!! What is more important, your fingures or a running boat at LOTO!!! Priorities my good man Priorities!!!!
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Good luck with the new engine, Mike!
Now, if the weather would turn for the better.....
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My boat is currently in the drive way. I've been pulling the cover back over (loose) with a small electric heater under the dash. It doesn't get hot under there, but it's warm enough to make it bearable. Those FRS radios sure are handy when I need that one part.
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