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  1. Muzzey9000
    Bob,
    I recently bought a 50' Gulfstar down in the VI's, the boat has a 4-236 w/ 7k hours that was new in 2001. I work on ships in the GofM and grew up with my grandfather and his 4-107 so I'm a little familiar with perkins and the damage they can absorb. Sounds like you may have some advise on what I can do as far as maintenance on this engine. the prior owner never used the engine but didn't have a mechanical sense at all. What can I do, right outta the gate, to start a full maintenance program on the engine. I am planning on installing one more RACOR with a bypass and vaccum gauge and a emergency fuel pump. BTW the engine starts and sounds like a champ with zero smoke. Thanks for your help. Corey Muzzey
  2. captmick39
    1simple question.....Where?
    Kinda matters;
    If it SNOWS there (& I mean EVER)
    fogedaboutit...got a sun worshiper to please 4 the other half.
    If it's big distance fm the water, not a chance. Let me know when You take a breather from the boat work.....
  3. captmick39
    How 'bout some pictures of that steel behemoth!?!
    ;^)

About Me

  • About bob kingsland
    Vessel Make/ model
    50' custom pilot house cutter
    Location
    Boston
    Occupation
    boatbuilding, metalworking, and design
    Interests
    boats and boatbuilding
    Biography
    boatbuilder, metalworker

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