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Old 06 September 2014, 14:45   #1
Country: UK - England
Town: Bideford
Make: Bombard Aerotec
Length: 4m +
Join Date: Aug 2014
Posts: 245
Bought an Aerotec

Hi all

So I took on advice and bought a second hand aerotec 420 with a 2006 mariner 15 hp longshaft 2 stroke outboard Moving house so unlikely to try it out for a few weeks.

I need to buy a few things in the meantime:

12v electric pump - what sort should I get? Want one with a pressure guage/switch and a vacuum so I can pack the boat smaller

Transom wheels - what sort fit? Decent diameter wheels needed

Can anyone email me an instruction manual for the aerotec? Or is it online somewhere...

I have read that a lot of people are mounting their outboards a little higher on the transom, is this likely to be the case the mariner?

I have a nice folding anchor but need advice on what to put on it, chain, rope etc. My previous anchor experience is on a 30 tonne barge! We have the bow bag with the aerotec so I'm thinking of stowing it in there.

Hoping for a dry September to get some use out of it!

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