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Old 26 June 2007, 15:06   #361
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console fastners and gauges positioning

here are a couple of pics of the gauge positions and fastner positions etc
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Old 26 June 2007, 15:09   #362
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battery position a inside the console, where mounted the fuel filter etc
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Old 26 June 2007, 15:14   #363
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bow cleat thing

here is a pic of the bow cleat thing, it is perfect and very very useful, saves rope dragging on the tubes

also pic of the fuel filler type and position, it is on the driver side as the console is only 2 inchs away from the tubes this side to allow walk past on the other side of the console
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Old 26 June 2007, 15:20   #364
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the position of the access hatchs on the rear transom boxes plus a pic of where the tube comes out inside the transom box with the wiring

also a pic of the trunks and the top hat things in stainless, these are yamaha items and cost around 18 quid each

the dirty marks on the hatch covers is grease and dirt, i put grease on them to help with sealing as i seems to get water in them over time, i think the water now gets in via the trunks as i have not sealed these but have a plan to make some small holes at the bottom to let water out
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Old 27 June 2007, 16:54   #365
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Hi,

I've been searching this thread for details of the cushion you have for the front. You mention NB but thats about all I can find. Can you furnish any more details or a link please.

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Old 27 June 2007, 17:23   #366
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Hi,

I've been searching this thread for details of the cushion you have for the front. You mention NB but thats about all I can find. Can you furnish any more details or a link please.

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if you mean the upholstery at the front then this was all done by the upholsterer, mastertrim, if you mean the large mat that fits in the front that fits nicely, i got that from mr Nautibuoy, i think he got it for one of his avons, he might be able to let you know where he got it from.

will put a pic on here of it at the weekend so you can see how it fits and give others some ideas as it makes a great little sunbathing area that keeps the mrs very happy
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Old 29 June 2007, 14:06   #367
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requested console pics, will have to take some pics of the hinges used and post later.

hope to get the new windscreen this week.... heat gun and straining in order
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Chris, have you got a bilge pump fitted?

If so, how have you routed the waste pipe?

I've been looking for thu hull fittings to fit though the transom but can't find any long enough to be able to fit the nut on the back.

I also noticed that you never got around to fitting a windscreen, why?
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Chris, have you got a bilge pump fitted?

If so, how have you routed the waste pipe?

I've been looking for thu hull fittings to fit though the transom but can't find any long enough to be able to fit the nut on the back.

I also noticed that you never got around to fitting a windscreen, why?
a very poor pic but basically i have tywrapped the pipe next to the saddle which works fine. i was not keen on making a hole thru the transom so was happy to take the pipe approach

as for the windscreen, i never got round to sorting this out last summer/autumn as i was after something very specific, however i did get one a couple of months ago which was too small in my opinion but a larger one should be with me today/tomorrow ready for fitment
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Mine is a length of 1" ID braided clear hose out over the transom and cable tied to the A Frame.
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