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Discussion in 'Sport Cruisers' started by HGM, Dec 27, 2010.
We replaced the sliding hatch tracks on my sons ‘90 last year. When I get to his records I’ll post the source if I can find it.
I would appreciate that very much. Tks
Not sure about door tracks. They look to be on the hard to find list. Engines running great. Ran them at 4000RPM this weekend. I blew out a trim cylinder last weekend though.
Weather warming up?
Yes it is 32 C today, high 20s all week.
First week into summer like but warm rainy pattern. Hopefully it will dry out for the weekend. Next project on the list is replacement of the fuel tank sending units. I understand our tanks measure 19.5" deep. Planning to go with a 12-24" universal kit from West Marine
You can still buy the tracks from FP marine I bought a set of black ones a year ago. They have a goofy website called sea ray parts..
Yes, it was FP Marine, Rockledge Florida. (321) 639-2951
Product code: 350DAhatchtrack
They will know.
Hatch pile weatherstrip on underside. From: allaboutdoors.com
North Kansas City, Mo.
Pile weatherstrip .187 backing x .380 pile T-slot slide in type
Above for ‘90 350 sundancer
For your info: I consider these the premium tank sending unit.
KUS USA, Inc.
Item: SSS/SSL Sending Unit
You probably want 19 inch.
we installed on son’s 90 350 and our ‘91 310. Rock solid and no more guessing. Good luck
Great. Thanks for this!!! Fixing old boat gauges is challenging.
I know there are several threads out there about V-Berth repairs but does anyone here know if there’s a way to lock the berth up or down w/o using the actuator? Bed will stay up but for a moment but keeps sliding up down while underway. Hope all are enjoying the season. This is for a 2008 350 / 2009 370 model
Thanks for this info. I called them and none in stock right now. Hoping to have some by the fall.
Wow that really looks good. Might donthe same now
First time back to Club Sea Ray in quite a few years. Boating has changed considerably up here in Canada, as I am sure it has every where else in the world. Pulled HYDRO-Therapy out of the water yesterday, not expecting any major issues after all, last year I only found 2 zebra mussels on one trim tab. Here is what I found yesterday.
I was unaware our boats offered out-drive option. Thanks for sharing.
I’m trying to replace the zinc on my hot water heater, but I don’t know how to get the old one out without being the size of a squirrel. Any suggestions?
Does anyone know how to remove our long horizontal side windows? I received the new replacement seals with felt liners to replace the dried out and cracked originals.
Just wondering if anyone had any ideas.
Sorry I found it in another thread. Does not look as easy as I was hoping..
Ed, what was the other thread?
Let me back track some and see if I can find them again, basically I typed in side window replacement in the search tab. I was hoping I could just swap out the gaskets But seems to do it totally correct you have to pull the whole thing.
Pop out the black screw cover and you well see some screws holding the frame to the hull, Pull those and slowly pry the frames away from the hull.