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Old 13 May 2002, 02:19   #1
Country: UK - England
Town: St Mawes
Boat name: Magellan Zulu
Make: Ribcraft
Length: 7m +
Engine: 2 x Suzuki DF150
MMSI: 235094135
Join Date: Dec 2001
Posts: 483
John Kennet...heeeeelp!

John, I keep hitting the "Start new Thread" button instead of the Reply one.

I don't notice this until I have finished typing and then see that I am starting a new thread. I have tried cutting and pasting my text into the Reply message box, but it doesn't seem possible.

The only answer seems to be to re-key the whole darn thing. I'm not up to that this west Monday mornin' so 'ere is my reply to your last on "Yamaha 240 Wanted"...

Hmmm... I'm just a bit confused now. John, am I right in saying that swapping the Yamaha 165, for the Yamaha 240 means that their are NO significant changes necessary. For example, can I use the same wiring loom and instruments?

I would far rather have the extra power of Pete's Yanmar 300 if the engine blocks are the same size - but not at the price of a major re-engineering exercise. The boat is simply not worth throwing a great deal of money at. I'd rather save the extra 60 hp for my dream boat when I' have learnt the ins and outs of ribbing.

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