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15-04-2003 04:20
Category: Cruisers & Sailing Photo GallerySailing & CruisingYacht Maintainance & Boat Building
Description: Motor mount for a Yanmar 2GM20, showing over 50% sag from new installation.
Posted By: Sonosailor (View all of Sonosailor's images) Dimensions: 640 x 480
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15-04-2003, 06:49   #1

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Hi Sonosailor.
I've made a new category called "Yacht Maintainance & Boat Building" and moved your image there.

Anyone with ideas of more categories? Just post the ideas to the suggestion-forum or send me an e-mail
Happy cruising,Gisle"What's important in life is not how many breaths we get to take,but those moments that take our breath away" Jaques Cousteau
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16-04-2003, 03:51   #2
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How can you tell the amount of sag?
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16-04-2003, 15:15   #3
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They're telling you to replace every two years? What are these made of, foam rubber? They don't look much different than auto motor mounts. If these are failing that fast I think I'd look around for something of better quality. All they are is rubber valcanized to steel plate. For C$200 with 6 units you could have your own custom made for that price. I have a 50 HP Diesel in my bigger vessel and the motor mounts have been in there since 1981 (6500 hrs.)and I be giving them one more season. They're mostly rusty.
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24-04-2003, 19:46   #4
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Is that a crack on the engine bed/stringer?
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