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  1. Interesting .... so did the mech say how the water is getting in the lower cylinder? Where is the head compromised for water to get in, without leaking pressure? Do you have a water separation fuel filter installed between the tank and motor? Have you checked if its full of water? Have you checked for water in fuel? Water in carbie? I also came across this reading engine posts and noted it down in my files: "check your oil tank.... 40 hp recently had water in bottom cylinder it came from the cap on the cowl leaking water into the oil tank and from there into crankcase, in particula
  2. May just be me, but with those replies I get the feeling he knew about it ... Did he give you a service history or any paper work? Did he make any representations in writing that the motor was good etc. Even then, if its a private sale, I think you are up for a civil suit to try and claim any compensation ... personally I don't think there is much you can do. Paying a mechanic to check a 2nd hand motor before you put money down is the way to go - a cylinder pressure test would tell a fair bit about the state of the motor and would have picked up the problem you have found. I know e
  3. Any recourse with the previous owner ? You mentioned it was a very recent purchase. Cheers Zoran
  4. Did you turn kill switch off? cheers Zoran
  5. Or if the rollers are silicon (not rubber) occasionally spray some RP7 or Inox into rollers and onto spindles. Cheers Zoran
  6. I do it infrequently and tend to pour a lot in one go as I find there is a fair bit of prep and set up - so that way I get maximum bang for invested time. Last pour was in 2017 and I made over 20kg of sinkers. Still have about 1/3 of that stockpiled... but I have been chatting to @Welster regarding the next pour. From my experience, there's a couple of things to consider when you chose a smelting pot apart from the construction material. The main thing is: how much lead do you plan to melt? and how many sinkers and what size do you plan to make? That will determine how big a pot you
  7. Oh man. ....looked like a great day on the water- experienced boatie doing it solo with everything under control... but that ending 😂 Dave I swear I was laughing with you not at you.... and right at the end - just for a moment I thought you were going to say the stainless shackle snapped 😂😂😂 glad you didn’t damage yourself ! cheers and thanks for sharing cheers Zoran
  8. Re brand ... I can only comment on their "higher" end stuff... Remember Diawa are largely a wholesaler - and under Aus consumer law, your first port of call regarding warranty issues is the point of sale - the vendor. In my case, I purchased a Daiwa Tanacom 1000 electric reel ... the vendor could not get stock due to the Tsunami in japan delaying shipment to Aus. The vendor worked with Diawa and they came to the party and shipped me a Tanacom Bull 1000 for no additional cost. That told me they stood behind their sellers and their product and their customers when it counted.
  9. Hmmmm. Thanks @PaddyT ... so I took your advice and had a look at the Pakula site .... http://www.pakula.com/btl/ch-10-boat-setup/outriggers.html ... low and behold ... they have this thing called a SHOTGUN POLE .... wow. The concept is identical to my Shotgun Rigger except that I mount mine in rocket launchers and theirs seems to be a dedicated fixture on the hardtop - like outriggers are on the sides ! So that just tells me my concept is a feasible and workable implementation - just happens to be a DIY retrofit effort that perhaps others can adopt - versus a manufactured sto
  10. Bahaha.... there's a lot of incentive to get it right ! Cheers Zoran
  11. Thanks KC. The gremlins were about that day - Both GoPros had SD card errors !!! cheers Zoran
  12. I found my retirement job ! Cheers Zoran
  13. I’m paying $89 for 45kg bottle delivered. That works for me. cheers Zoran
  14. I have solar installed. You can't run your Electric hot water on your solar electric circuit and off peak circuit at the same time. It's one or the other. Cheers Zoran
  15. OUCH ! Sounds expensive in ANY language. I guess I'll wait for the pictures to surface on social media. Cheers Zoran
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