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Boat is starting to crank really slow and batteries are new.
I was looking at db electronics marine starters, but got lost with so many options.
These cw or ccw rotation? Anyone got the right part number for a drop in replacement?
42 minutes ago, bbattiste247 said:
If they won't take that, walk away and possibly look for something else.
Boats are non-fungible.
51 in central Minnesota. Coldest I can remember for Memorial Day Weekend. Need some heat!
Hey guys happy Memorial Weekend!
Looked at my kit for the install tonight. Pretty darn straight forward except two questions.
The exhaust outlet from the transom has an angle to it and it's very easy to tell which way it's supposed to go, however, you can only get 3 of the 4 screws back into the transom. Is that normal?
I'm assuming this is completely fine as it will be supported on the cross mount for the exhaust pipe itself. Just wanted to check.
- Two different lengths of rubber hose. After placing all the parts together and doing a "dry run" it appears as though the longer rubber hose should connect the transom outlet to the intermediate pipe and the short piece would connect from the intermediate pipe to the main exhaust assembly. Correct?
- The exhaust outlet from the transom has an angle to it and it's very easy to tell which way it's supposed to go, however, you can only get 3 of the 4 screws back into the transom. Is that normal?
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