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633 matthew saunders Re: Digest Number 241 9/25/2005 16:01:00

rangertimbo -

I have a 2004 23SE and I lost my starboard side trim
tab today out on Cape Cod Bay. Made it tough and slow
going with the wind and waves today. I also noticed
pink oil leaking from the base of my steering column
on the console. My startboard side actuator failed
last year thanks to a hairline crack letting water in.
I'm not very impressed with the Lenco's.

Matt
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> 1. Re: Horns Dead on mine too
> From: "Richard M. Hatch"
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> 2. Re: prop question for 2520xl with single
> f225
> From: <a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=m7857WmTK5UwKWyzAR8iOpMI719i-WdaQ1vH1IElNBgYunDisOsmDy6nob0vehEdtGMwM9JrFaBY4WBy">mike332382@...</a>
> 3. Re: Horns Dead on mine too
> From: <a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=m7857WmTK5UwKWyzAR8iOpMI719i-WdaQ1vH1IElNBgYunDisOsmDy6nob0vehEdtGMwM9JrFaBY4WBy">mike332382@...</a>
> 4. Horn Adjustment?
> From: "rangertimbo"
> <<a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=T6ojtgiZTw4qwGlKWNQykdHbKUOt8fjkd-Tfrs5i-cqtq_UZ6bMP7EDP9iCcxq_dewAMrMt7Ja7CHDyyyYQd3g">kstreagle@...</a>>
> 5. Re: Horns Dead on mine too
> From: "rangertimbo"
> <<a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=T6ojtgiZTw4qwGlKWNQykdHbKUOt8fjkd-Tfrs5i-cqtq_UZ6bMP7EDP9iCcxq_dewAMrMt7Ja7CHDyyyYQd3g">kstreagle@...</a>>
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> Date: Fri, 23 Sep 2005 16:32:39 -0400
> From: "Richard M. Hatch" <<a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=7FtSKU9LwvyruEGES7kobyAOxeIRCoTzlc50-eHueqUnvEarQwYqO3UdQwLBUut_PykPgReVCAhhyGeLom8m">fishdoc@...</a>>
> Subject: Re: Horns Dead on mine too
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> Rangertimbo.....
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> What brand are your horns? They may just need
> adjusting...... Mine were not working properly and
> quit and all I needed to do was to take the back off
> of them and tweak the adjusting screw..... they work
> fine now.
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> Richard Hatch
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> Sent: Thursday, September 22, 2005 11:52 PM
> Subject: [parkerboats] Horns Dead on mine too
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> Okay, my horns finally died too. Has anyone tried
> pulling them apart and working on
> them? This is disappointing, they're less than two
> years old and the boat is kept 100 miles
> from the nearest salt water.
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> I lost a trim tab actuator also. Hope they will
> get a replacement to me quickly.
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> Date: Fri, 23 Sep 2005 22:32:49 EDT
> From: <a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=m7857WmTK5UwKWyzAR8iOpMI719i-WdaQ1vH1IElNBgYunDisOsmDy6nob0vehEdtGMwM9JrFaBY4WBy">mike332382@...</a>
> Subject: Re: prop question for 2520xl with single
> f225
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> The numbers you are trying to hit in terms of RPM
> and top speed at WOT are
> possible with the standard black stainless prop
> under certain circumstances.
> How many people are on the boat? Is the tank full
> of 173 gallons of fuel?
> What are the sea conditions? Do you have a bimini
> open? Where is the engine
> trimmed to? Are your trim tabs down? As you can
> see there can be several
> things that affect performance. Must be glad as me
> to have single engine with
> fuel prices the way they are though!
> Mike.../
> 2520 xl 2004, 225 4 stroke Yammi
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> Date: Fri, 23 Sep 2005 22:36:25 EDT
> From: <a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=m7857WmTK5UwKWyzAR8iOpMI719i-WdaQ1vH1IElNBgYunDisOsmDy6nob0vehEdtGMwM9JrFaBY4WBy">mike332382@...</a>
> Subject: Re: Horns Dead on mine too
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> I have the twin horns on my 2004 2520xl and they
> work fine. I always have a
> habit of spraying EVERYTHING shiny including in the
> horns with Boeing T-9.
> This product works great. If you spray it on
> something and let it dry it
> puts a film over what you ahve sprayed that can
> withstand some real abuse. By
> the way it is not the easiest to remove a year
> later.
> Mike...
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> Date: Sat, 24 Sep 2005 03:41:52 -0000
> From: "rangertimbo" <<a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=T6ojtgiZTw4qwGlKWNQykdHbKUOt8fjkd-Tfrs5i-cqtq_UZ6bMP7EDP9iCcxq_dewAMrMt7Ja7CHDyyyYQd3g">kstreagle@...</a>>
> Subject: Horn Adjustment?
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> I'm going to check out the horn adjustment. Last
> time I tried to get into the other horn
> (which quit working first), I couldn't get the back
> off completely. Any secrets?
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> By the way, I called Lenco about the non-working
> trim tab. They are sending out a
> replacement actuator immediately. It was the most
> painless warranty call I've ever made. I
> will be posting a follow-up on the replacement
> process. Gotta be ready for striper season
> on Oct. 4!
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> Ranger Tim
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> Date: Sat, 24 Sep 2005 03:46:18 -0000
> From: "rangertimbo" <<a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=T6ojtgiZTw4qwGlKWNQykdHbKUOt8fjkd-Tfrs5i-cqtq_UZ6bMP7EDP9iCcxq_dewAMrMt7Ja7CHDyyyYQd3g">kstreagle@...</a>>
> Subject: Re: Horns Dead on mine too
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> " I always have a
> > habit of spraying EVERYTHING shiny including in
> the horns with Boeing T-9.
> > This product works great."
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> Funny, that's the spray I used on the last working
> horn right before it died. Perhaps it was
> too little too late? Go figure.
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> Ranger Tim
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