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A 38-foot Ericson probably has eight dome lights, four reading lights, a chart light and maybe some kerosene lamps. I believe in old gear and always resist tossing it on the rubbish heap. It saves...
[COLOR=#3E3E3E]The last of the balsa core is sealed up under a nice layer of fiberglass! Yeah!!!!!! I have enjoyed the journey and the lessons learned very much, but I freely admit I am ready to move...
We left off last time with the balsa core on top of the cabin around the base of the mast and forward hatch installed and epoxied in place. For this blog we put down an initial fiberglass layer of...
Here is a few pictures of the strut all finished up with the new cutlass bearing, the two different primer layers, 1st: Dimetcote 302H to provide good adhesion and 2nd: Amercoat 235 for a firm...
Neither the factory or single previous owner ever installed a sacrificial anode on the prop shaft strut. I always wondered if it really needed one because it is not in contact with any dissimilar ...
Once again I am upgrading the lighting aboard my E-26. The lights are available through marinebeam.com and are a nice upgrade over the original. I made the blocks from teak myself to fit the new...
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Thank you Rick R. & Tenders, you Guys are marketing genius! I will be stealing some of your copy verbatim!
This picture in another thread reminded me....
My boom doesn't have the stoppers for the reef-lines. The gooseneck and reef-line sheaves
Thanks for all the words of encouragement. At first I thought it was going to be an easy job because there were tapped holes where the winch and cleat
I agree that the many features your boat has belong on the back of the flyer, and the benefits to the buyer belong on the front.
Sales is easy if you start with the end in mind.
I) Know what you you want and what you will settle for
2) Don't be in
Anybody find the vented loop in an '80s E38 bilge system?
I have a setup similar to the original post here. Yet the Ericson plumbing diagram
I know I'm a bit late jumping into this thread, but I have a few thoughts. I think the E38-200 with proper upgrades & preparations would be great
Mike, does your 30+ have an oil pressure guage? If it is working properly, I would check the connections to the alarm/buzzer unit.