Hey john. Unfortunately I've hit some rough financial times and the boat had to be sold. The person who bought it got a killer deal mind you. But I did get a chance to get out quite a few times. She was a great boat. And I am very very upset I had to get rid of her. I did the risers and manifolds and an ignition module on the starboard motor and they both ram terrific. Sorry about the luck with your boat but once you straighten out the prop situation hopefully it'll all work out. Let me know if you need some help I'll do what I can in the advice dept....good luck.
Just wondering if you got your engines back together and if you've had a chance to cruise a little.
When I brought my Commander down on the day I pick it up I hit something in the water and bent a prop. This was last September. The day after I got to the marina the Starboard engine won't start and had to have it towed to my slip. Being unfamilar with this boat and all the systems I made some expensive mistakes, but got it running the week before Thanksgiving. The boat vibrated so bad that the next trip was to the boat shop and had it hauled out of the water last week. So thats were I stand now. Hope you've better off with your boat.
Jeff, welcome aboard and I hope you continue to be as enthusiastic as you are now in another 10 years. If that is your daughter dancing in the picture figure she can be the captain and designated driver for cocktail cruises when that 10 years has arrived. Enjoy and best of luck,Tim