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  • Lower
    started a topic Can anyone identify the year and model?

    Can anyone identify the year and model?

    I have looked through brochures posted and pictures but can't really nail it down. The seller thinks 1968 but I'm thinking 64 Bahamas maybe...
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  • Joefish22
    started a topic STARCRAFT Starcaster Questions

    STARCRAFT Starcaster Questions

    I recently bought a 1996 Starcraft Starcaster 1700 for an awesome price. It needed new carpeting etc, and the previous owner started but could not find the time I notice now that a few things were missing, and looking for any information on some of those...
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  • Mike B 1979
    replied to 1967 Starcraft Starchief rebuild
    Looks great, thank you for the advice on the foam selection. I have the boat put away for now, I'll post new pics as soon as possible. Thanks...
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  • ziggy
    replied to Great Labor Day Weekend
    wow man!
    those are some real cool pics. that ought to get ya right up to the top when ya google search AristoCraft Nineteen pics. there are hardly any, if any, pics of a Nineteen with a soft top (let alone full soft top enclosed).... those are...
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  • Baylinerchuck
    replied to Last ride for the summer for the funliner
    Depressing that it's getting to be that time of the year. A few more trips out catching fall scenery then it's over.
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  • DLNorth
    replied to How do you guys do it????
    Ya, Ya, MBS is here too, with a '70 16 SS that got a new floor 30 years ago, and a S16 Lund fishing boat, plus a fleet of canoes.
    And I passed this weekend on a nice Merc 115, as it just doesn't fit any possible future boating plan. At this...
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  • Watermann
    replied to 86 18' Starcraft SFM
    Look the bottom of the tank over really well, if there's any issues with pinholes that's where they show up first. You can pressure test your tank just be careful and follow the psi listed on the label, it should be pretty low.

    Looked like...
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  • oldhaven
    replied to Transom woes.
    It's a rainy day here and I am spending too much time on the interweb. Anyway, mine was not supported while the well was out, but I was not flipping it over or doing anything drastic. I did notice that the gunwales were flexing as I crawled in and out...
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  • Scott Danforth
    replied to New to me rinker 1998 232 owner
    the toilets are usually for the ladies....

    I agree, a 19P is a bit low on pitch.
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  • Sorry for all of the typos!
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  • aldoavme
    replied to 2000 doral 240 wa ibiza

    this is not my boat but exactly the same the part that swings up is missing...
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  • DLNorth
    replied to Yellow Submarine
    Lucky you.
    Glad you found/got the parts.
    That's quite the adventure so far from home.

    Dan


    "Yup. They are pitted with corrosion, as are the races. Seals are shot. They are older parts, so non standard...
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  • gm280
    replied to TROLLING Motor on a Bayliner 2355?
    You can basically install a TM on anything. The trick is to measure the distance from where you want to mount the TM on the hull to the water line. Then buy a TM with a long enough shaft to accommodate that distance with some extra to allow the TM foot...
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  • chemicalwire
    replied to The elusive Star Trek V center console
    I need one of these to leave in my sister's garage in Maine. Wish it were closer.
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  • Vasya
    replied to 78 star craft ss ocean?
    Its aluminum 18.5 ft inboard...
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  • Oh yeah ... if you're experienced rebuilding 'em, then you're ahead of the game.

    I wound up getting rid of my Silverline last year, but I can't say enough good about the ones I've been around. The Bel Aire is a good lookin' hull and I can...
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  • pckeen
    replied to New to Starcraft
    Congrats on the new boat - good hull, good running motor - you are way ahead of the game.
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  • Jarcher3
    started a topic Larson 190 rear bench removal

    Larson 190 rear bench removal

    So there was a question on here on how to remove the back seat that i had revived.. it got closed so i thought i would post up some pictures of how to remove to back top of the bench seat on my 01' larson 190.

    there are screws in along...
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  • Watermann
    replied to Starcraft pasture rescue
    I went so far as to completely disassemble my SW into pieces and replaced all the rivets that hold it together. I didn't have any cracks in my SW but to repair them would be easier to have it out of the boat. My SW is different but besides the attachments...
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  • randyray41
    replied to 2004 Crest Caribbean Speed question
    You need to check your max rpm for that motor. Believe 5200+- May need a different prop to gain some RPM @ WOT.

    Roll Tide!
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