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Old 11-05-2019, 05:36   #1
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Gulfstar Circuit Creakers



We have a Gulfstar Motor Cruiser 1980, 44 ft. I would like to know what brand of DC breakers it has and what can be used to replace them today. Thanks!
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Re: Gulfstar Circuit Creakers

Don't have first hand knowledge of what Gulfstar used but my experience the breakers are pretty much standard. I ordered some replacements for breakers on the panel in my 1984 Pearson from Defender and they were identical to the old ones.

Maybe a photo of the breakers would help to confirm.
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Re: Gulfstar Circuit Creakers

Post photos of both the front and back so they can be IDd.

Boats are more like houses than cars, a single builder may use 5 different suppliers over a 5 boat production span.
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Thanks: will get some photos when I get to the boat. thx/Vegacrank
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Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, Vegacrank.
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Old 11-05-2019, 10:54   #6
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Re: Gulfstar Circuit Creakers

My '75 GS 50 Aux uses Blue Seas A-Series breakers.

https://www.bluesea.com/products/721...ingle_Pole_15A
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Re: Gulfstar Circuit Creakers

Thanks to all. Still did not get to the boat for pictures, but found the DC breaker at Custom marine Services in Murrells Inlet, SC 843-230-3536. Airpax Breakers
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