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Old 07-01-2023, 01:19 PM   #1
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I came over from the Bayliner crew because I have an Avanti 4085 that I have spent the last 2.5 years rebuilding. Much of the 4085 appears to have been borrowed (or the other way around) from the SCR 4100. So I am here for parts discussions (where to find shared parts) and the occasional Cummins 6bta discussion, as finding a good diesel mechanic appears to be a real challenge.
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Same hull design and many of the same parts and base materials as the Maxum 4100 SCR. Put them next to each other, and you would swear they came out of the same factory.
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Old 07-01-2023, 02:26 PM   #2
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Same hull design and many of the same parts and base materials as the Maxum 4100 SCR. Put them next to each other, and you would swear they came out of the same factory.
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Mot parts are all third party and it's not surprising that Brunswick used the same vendors on Bayliner, Searay, and Maxum.

Perko, Jabsco, Todd Industries, Marine Airrr, Norcold, etc.
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Mot parts are all third party and it's not surprising that Brunswick used the same vendors on Bayliner, Searay, and Maxum.

Perko, Jabsco, Todd Industries, Marine Airrr, Norcold, etc.
Yep. The part that got me here is the AC and DC panel. Mine has the AC panel on the top. The 4100 has the AC panel on the bottom. Same color, same labels, and of course, the same switches as they are standard across all boats. But you have to wonder who said, "Hey Bubba, let's swap these here panels, and no one will notice they are the same... "
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The financial team, that’s who.
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