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Old 09 May 2005, 16:54   #11
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The famous cabin
yus, famus forr bein nikt ofn mi fkin trakter

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A truly warm Celtic welcome.
yew meen de owld bastud hidd de gud scoch an sirved upp de cheep stuf.

Anywaiys hee downt noe dat mucch. eyve herd bowt enjin ofsett butt dat owtbord taiks de fkin jamy dojjer

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Old 09 May 2005, 17:10   #12
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yus, famus forr bein nikt ofn mi fkin trakter



yew meen de owld bastud hidd de gud scoch an sirved upp de cheep stuf.

Anywaiys hee downt noe dat mucch. eyve herd bowt enjin ofsett butt dat owtbord taiks de fkin jamy dojjer

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Old 09 May 2005, 18:25   #13
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Beautiful boat....do you happen to have any pictures or information on how the Yanmar outboard is mounted, and how it is moved into position when needed?
Ta and no I don't but I'll try and take a few snaps tomorrow. There are other additions going onto the transom and it's getting quite busy so I doubt the details of the bracket wont be easy to make out, but I'll try.

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Old 10 May 2005, 02:53   #14
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It was nothing like a tractor cab

Try here http://www.agregister.co.uk/product-421000.html

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Sunrider, here are a few pics of the Yanmar mounting bracket.
The long screw runs in the bronze block you can see, in pic 2, turning green. There are 4 bolts which take the load in the raised, parked position; 2 from the top and 2 from the side low down. The moving section hooks behind the fixed runners and when fully lowered it bottoms out on a couple of stops. I hope you can make it all out.
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