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Old 10-04-2017, 05:53 PM
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Yes I realize that many parts are not marine that have been put on the boat. The PO had a neighbor that was a "car guy" and I believe he had him do much of the engine work on this boat. I have going through it now replacing all non marine parts with marine parts. I will be replacing the starter this weekend and then the alternator. I have removed and replaced all fuel lines so they are marine fuel lines and now I am working through electronics and wiring.

I will post more pics this weekend after I hopefully get it somewhat back together.

Thanks everyone for the advice,

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Old 10-04-2017, 06:22 PM
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Another question for the group. As you can see from previous pictures the boat is red. That however is not the original color. The P.O. cut and stuck a red sticker/decal over the original color of a dark red/maroon. This sticker has started peeling in places and I actually like the original maroon. My question is 1. Is the original stripe painted under the clear coat? 2. If I were to carefully remove/sand/wax the old sticker could I pull off the original paint/sticker?

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Old 10-04-2017, 10:02 PM
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It should come off pretty easily with a heat gun and putty knife. Mine did
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Old 10-06-2017, 01:07 PM
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Installed the starter and starter relay yesterday. Followed all instruction. The ignition is connected to the S post. On the left is the hot wire to the circuit breaker and battery in. The right is the two wires that go to the starter/solenoid. It works perfectly and starts right up, but there is a sound at the very beginning of ignition that is almost like the bendix isnt returning quick enough. It goes right away and engine runs great.

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