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Old 20 July 2020, 18:27   #21
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Dish soap is your friend on the install. Clean and lube the track and bolt rope. Two people are better. One pushes one pulls.
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Old 21 July 2020, 11:40   #22
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I did finally get a reply to my email to the local zodiac service department that said they believe that the bolt rope has come unglued, which is a common problem. Has anyone else experienced this? If so, is this a do-it-yourself project or should I spend the $1,350 to have them professionally do it?
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Old 27 July 2020, 08:32   #23
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The owners manual that I have is a PDF that is 4.6 meg. The forum will not let me post a PDF over 600kb. If you send me your email, I will email it to you.
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could you be so kind and email me the owners manual?
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Old 01 August 2020, 12:36   #24
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2000 Projet 350 help

Hi guy's been off the forum for a few years due to work and other projects. I'm finally getting back to my 2000 project 350. I have a downloaded manual I got years ago but it's for a 420 model. I'm missing some parts like air filter/spark arrestor. I'm in southern California and have looked everywhere but no luck on parts or manuals. If anyone can help please let me know. It's a cool little boat and I'd like to get it running again.
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Old 04 August 2020, 19:48   #25
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I did finally get a reply to my email to the local zodiac service department that said they believe that the bolt rope has come unglued, which is a common problem. Has anyone else experienced this? If so, is this a do-it-yourself project or should I spend the $1,350 to have them professionally do it?
I just recently had to repair my bolt rope. Pulled the tube set off the hull cleaned off all existing glue with MEK. Used glue from my local zodiac dealer. Was very straight forward and is still holding strong 6 months later
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