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The Island Packet Mail Server is run by Bruce Gregory and is a fantastic tool for connecting and communicating with the Island Packet Owners using your email tools. Please use this link below to join the IP Mail server. The yearly fee is $20 and Bruce will send you information about payment after you sign up.

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Still trying to change email address, have tried the link, drop down community, but get the message "class only available on Joomla1.6".

hayden replied to the topic 'B&G autopilot ram - leaked fluid' in the forum. 18 hours 5 minutes ago

Our #1 B&G Blue Ram (autopilot) repair person has been identified in this link un autopilots:
We had him repair two our our rams. One installed and one in storage.

www.ipyoa.com/forum/34-autopilots/3856-b...air-and-service-tech

Hayden

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Help! How do I change email address? Thank you

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?ow do I get a money order to you Ed Gillis

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I sent an email to your happysails email address with everything you need to order the database.
Bruce Grgory

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Karen replied to the topic 'B&G autopilot ram - leaked fluid' in the forum. 4 days ago

MessingAbout -- I would appreciate receiving that contact information, too, please.

Thanks.

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Gary

Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with a subject line of "Request for IPDLPWI Database Information"

Hayden

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Just received this, after returning from S. America.

How do we purchase the database?

Gary Rubin
IP40-97

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karl glenroths updated their profile picture. 7 days ago

Chess and Karen Harris replied to the topic 'B&G autopilot ram - leaked fluid' in the forum. 7 days ago

Believe it was $800. Have not been able to contact John (changed his email) who had it done. Will get with the marina tomorrow and get his new contact info

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peter chilcott replied to the topic 'Island Packet 485 Holding Tank Material' in the forum. 1 week ago

Holding and water tanks are fibreglass, diesel is aluminium. I have seen a 485 advertised with stainless diesel but I suspect the listing is wrong.

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Sam Allen replied to the topic 'Steering quadrant / pinion gear adjustment' in the forum. 1 week ago

Thanks, IPABill. I'll surely take a look at this.

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Bruce Gregory added a video. 2 weeks ago

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Video of working with the "IP Don't Leave Port Without It" Database. There is no audio at the present time, just follow the cursor and it is fairly...

Rosty created a new topic ' Island Packet 485 Holding Tank Material' in the forum. 2 weeks ago

Can anyone advise what material holding tanks and water tanks of IP 485 were made of? Was it aluminum, or a newer fiberglass design?

Thanks. Rosty.

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Rosty replied to the topic 'Water Tank Level Sensor' in the forum. 2 weeks ago

Well, I figured out already that the sensor on my IP420 is threaded in. The problem is - my boat was built in 1999-2000 and no one at the factory can shed some light regarding the thread used then...

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Bill Bolin replied to the topic 'Steering quadrant / pinion gear adjustment' in the forum. 2 weeks ago

Here is the description from the Owner's Manual on adjusting the rack tension against the pinion:



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Karen replied to the topic 'B&G autopilot ram - leaked fluid' in the forum. 2 weeks ago

What was the overhaul cost? (So I get an idea.)
Mine is leaking and recently failed ... in following seas.
Thanks.

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Karen replied to the topic 'Water Tank Level Sensor' in the forum. 2 weeks ago

Great question!
Unlike Haden’s gauge that has a flange with holes, our 1999 IP45 has a threaded Wema gauge. Those threads are a DIFFERENT size from what is currently available from Wema! I’ve had many conversations with Wema about this, and the results:
1. The current thread size was adopted about 2000.
2. No old thread-type gauges are in stock.
3. Perhaps a long-time distributor has one? They provided me names and numbers for distributors in USA and Canada. I called them all, and none had any.
4. My current unit is not repairable.
5. I would need to modify/create a new mounting for a new gauge.

Good lick!

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Bill Harris updated their profile picture. 2 weeks ago

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