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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".
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.
Help! How do I change email address? Thank you
?ow do I get a money order to you Ed Gillis
I sent an email to your happysails email address with everything you need to order the database.
MessingAbout -- I would appreciate receiving that contact information, too, please.
Just received this, after returning from S. America.
How do we purchase the database?
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
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.
Thanks, IPABill. I'll surely take a look at this.
Can anyone advise what material holding tanks and water tanks of IP 485 were made of? Was it aluminum, or a newer fiberglass design?
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...
Here is the description from the Owner's Manual on adjusting the rack tension against the pinion:
What was the overhaul cost? (So I get an idea.)
Mine is leaking and recently failed ... in following seas.
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.
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