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Old 06-12-2019, 03:27 AM   #1
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I am going to have to rebuild the rear engine cover and rear bench seat due to rot. I was checking to see if anyone has any pics or experience in rebuilding these items. I am buying the boat without these two items so any helpful items would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 06-12-2019, 11:26 AM   #2
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Is the boat coming with the skins for these two items? if so that will give the basic size to cut the plywood base.
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Yes. All the cushions and seats were taken out and put into storage.
Boat also has a Bravo 1 outdrive and I am not familiar with this Drive at all. Does the shifter work the same as an alpha and whAt about the water pick up for the raw water pump?
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The Bravo is a much stronger drive than the Alpha. The throttle and shifter operate the same. One difference is when removing the drive it's done in neutral as opposed to having to be in forward with the Alpha. The Bravo's raw water pump is mounted on the starboard front of the engine and driven by the belt instead of the Alpha's mid-section pump in the drive.
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