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whamm511
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Re: Welcome

Post by whamm511 » Sun Aug 03, 2014 1:49 pm

What length? Have you checked with the Mariner's Museum?
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Re: Welcome

Post by tkhersom » Mon Aug 04, 2014 5:45 am

drginseng wrote:I'm looking for a wiring diagram for my '62 Connie.
Have you tried the Mariners Museum? They did not have the diagram for my exact Connie but they had one for about 10 boats later.

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Re: Welcome

Post by whamm511 » Mon Aug 04, 2014 7:23 am

Or perhaps a year or two earlier. I would think the length of the boat is more critical than the exact year. And one or two engines maybe.
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Re: Welcome

Post by drginseng » Wed Aug 13, 2014 12:20 am

Bill,

I refer to it as a 37' because, like yours, the hull card shows 36'-11". Odd that they come out 7", 10 & 11". Wouldn't the blueprints call for the frame to be the same? Why would they vary by up to almost a foot?

I'm looking for the PCV fitting that goes in the base of the carb, attaching to the copper piper and into the intake if you know anyone that has one. It was strange when I bought it the port engine had a big hose in its place. I figured the threads got stripped and that was the fix. There was vacuum restriction. One day I find the copper tubing with flare nuts and the threads are fine. They must've dropped it so I've looked for the fitting figuring someone didn't make an effort to get it after dropping it. I need a small monkey for a first mate.

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