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    Christian Williams

    One-Piece Hatch Board; Tides SailTrack; HX gaskets

    Hatch boards have been around a long time. Arriving means pulling them out and putting them somewhere; departing the boat means stacking them back in, which I tend to do in the wrong order 30...

    Christian Williams 02-18-2015 08:13 PM
    Shelman

    almost perfect

    The Ericson factory guys did so many things right on our boats that itís sometimes easy to take our quality for granted. But time and again we are reminded that there is nothing that can be assumed...

    Shelman 02-03-2015 04:28 PM
    Shelman

    electric upgrades

    I have added two electrical items recently that I feel are both a notch above the rest and wanted to share them with everybody here.

    The first is my new bi-color LED bow light. The unit is made...

    Shelman 01-28-2015 03:41 PM
    Christian Williams

    Table of Contents for Thelonious Blog

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    Christian Williams 01-22-2015 07:22 PM
    Christian Williams

    Water Heater Replacement, Raritan to WM/Kuuma

    The 1985 Raritan 6-gallon water heater still worked without complaint, heating fine while under power and keeping the water warm until breakfast the next morning. The electrical heater no longer...

    Christian Williams 01-15-2015 04:34 PM
    Queequeg

    Rhiannon has new owners

    Jann and I took possession of our 35 Mk2 Rhiannon last Monday, overnighted after cleaning out nooks and crannies. She is getting a new bulkhead under the mast, new standing rigging and mast...

    Queequeg 01-07-2015 11:17 PM
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  • Recent Forum Posts

    hodo

    Exhaust temp

    My exhaust temp sensor is on top of the mixing elbow. I think it was the same on my E30+.
    Harold

    hodo Today, 12:03 PM Go to last post
    Pat O'Connell

    Exhaust Overheat Alarm?

    Storing the key near the intake is genius! Why don't I think of things like that!

    Pat O'Connell Today, 08:46 AM Go to last post
    Ccaptain

    Stuffing box

    I purchased a 90 34 in Oct of '12. While I had the engine out last fall to detail the engine compartment and install new sound proofing I replaced the

    Ccaptain Today, 03:00 AM Go to last post
    Dave N

    stuffing box hose and cutless bearing

    Hey, we can hijack this into a 34 thread. We just sold our beloved 79 35 II and bought an 89 34, hull #69.

    Dave N Today, 01:34 AM Go to last post
    Rick R.

    Boom Brake / Preventer

    Ditto. DIY too.

    Rick R. Yesterday, 09:15 PM Go to last post
    supersailor

    Stuffing Box Etc.

    Hi,

    You picked a great boat! They are wonderful sailors! I picked up my 1987 E-34 two years ago. The stuffing box should drip a little

    supersailor Yesterday, 09:06 PM Go to last post
    Shelman

    raw water pump in and out? Bleed?

    I would take the cover off the pump and turn the motor by hand just a bit or have somebody hit the key for just a half second, this should make it obvious

    Shelman Yesterday, 07:02 PM Go to last post
    Shelman

    Exhaust Overheat Alarm?

    I don't want anything getting so hot it could cause a burn if touched. Damage I would think is not a problem until you get near 200 degrees.
    I think

    Shelman Yesterday, 06:52 PM Go to last post
    SeaRogue

    raw water pump in and out? Bleed?

    I am replacing the water hoses on my Universal M25.

    I removed the hoses and made a very nice diagram of where each hose went, and labeled

    SeaRogue Yesterday, 06:32 PM Go to last post