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- Sun Jul 26, 2020 8:34 am
- Forum: Engines
- Topic: Fuel Filter inside our gas tanks
- Replies: 5
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BigM On both my 1974 and 1975 Marinette's there were no filterers or screen on the pick up inside the fuel tank. Only the stone filter after the tank and the small canister inline filter at the carb. What pressure are you getting at the carb :?: 4 psi should be the minimum when ruining balls out. bill
BigM Okay, after 12 days. I turned the fuel cocks back on and started both engines with out a problem. :D I took the boat out for a ride. 8-) Everything worked as it should. I will definitely be turning my fuel cocks off from now on when I leave the boat for any length of time. :P And yes I did post...
BigM Good point on shutting off fuel supply. :D If I don't start my engines every couple of days I have to crank for ever to get fuel up to carbs. :x I shut the valves off last night and will wait a week to see if this corrects the problem. 07/01/2020-- 07/07/2020 Yes, I do have anti siphon valves a...
BigM e: 360 Chrysler running like crap cont... Postby bill » Sun Aug 11, 2019 9:58 am BigM My final entry for this post. I found this gentleman. My problems were solved. https:carburetorsandmore.com Take a look at his website. Look at his YouTube videos My problem was the mechanical fuel pumps were ...
A big thanks to a facebook friend.
Lots a important info from Fastjeffs old Marinette site that were thought to be gone forever.
Another source for rear screen door parts.
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- Thu Apr 09, 2020 9:20 am
- Forum: General Topics
- Topic: USCG inspected vessel/ Charter
- Replies: 5
- Views: 3526
BigM Ran a charter boat service for 10 years.I had to get a Coast Guard inspection every year. First boat was a 32' then a 37. both were F/B Sedans and I ran a six pack license. I did inquire about upping the passenger capacity to 12 people, but the regulations required would not make it cost effect...