Originally Posted by walruz
It does seem like stating the obvious BUT you offer all sorts of advice as a dealer but also ask for all sorts of info. Now if you are going to charge someone for work you have done while asking all on here how to do it surely you should take a trade membership!
Just my 2p worth but I won't be giving you anymore of my (admitedly) pitiful knoelrdge.
To clear some ideas. What should I trade being 30 thousand kilometers away ? I only expect some kind of info reciprocity, as I give much more info than the one being requested, by your post seems ribbers are far more exquisite & intolerant than sibbers, that's the sensation I got. The advise I offer is from exhaustive personal experimentation mostly from being a long user, has nothing to do about being a dealer, really don't understand why you place premature out of context comments like: I'm making a free profit out of Ribnet.
If you are reffering about 530 rib info requested, sorry, the work is not being done by me, Just wanted to know how it's done, so to rig correctly my future rib, the owner is rigging his rib with his crew, besides loosing time and travel expense to have a look, my real profit is 0. Next time should read the whole thread and avoid exercising your fingers with aggressive answers.
Polwart, I'm not a Yamaha dealer, I'm a Tohatsu dealer, the owner purchased the Yam for the 530 rib, cannot place my hands on it because of loosing the Yam warranty if anything goes wrong, besides never put my hands on an engine don't know or not been trained for, doesn't matter if the reverse gear is shifted by hand or by the control box, doesn't do a thing. Works ok by hand and remote control box when shifting forward.
The idea was to test the rib this week end, but during check overs before going to sea, this unexpected gear issue appeared, anyway the Yam tecinician will give a look monday morning, that's warranty for...