Covid restriction jobs

Postby Feetfirst » Tue May 05, 2020 12:43 pm

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So during this period of uncertainty I have taken the opportunity to do the last job on my boat. Remove shaft, rudder, skeg bush etc and replacing all seals etc with new. Clean out the fuel tank and replace all fuel line/filters. Just waiting on the new shaft from Cassel Marine and it can all go back together. Getting the rear seats recovered.
Anyone else doing anything to pass the time?
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Re: Covid restriction jobs

Postby will » Wed May 06, 2020 12:14 pm

Nice! The best I've done was add a mirror to our pole. I bought it over 2 years ago (always meant to do it, but it just sat in the shed gathering dust). Can't believe it took me so long, and it's made a huge difference to driving the boat.
Enjoy the ride. Any time on the water is good time!
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Re: Covid restriction jobs

Postby Feetfirst » Wed May 20, 2020 7:09 pm

Hey Will, I know that feeling. All back together now, no vibrations at all so well worth the effort.
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