I have a 1994 Hunter26 and the handle on the gas tank storage compartment has been missing since the day I bought the boat.
I have looked over and cannot find anything that will fit. I am hoping to find something flush that won't catch on bare feet. Anyone have any suggestions?
I believe the current plates are made out of marine board. Not sure how old as I only owned the boat for a year. We had an issue getting the boat off the trailer this last time and I think the bouncing is what broke it.
I think I can make a patch from marine boar easy enough to get me through...
The boat is at the lake about 90 minutes away and couldn't get pics because I am on the boat and the motor is in the water and covers most of the crack. I can't get it over to the trailer or ramp unless I am towed because I don't dare use the motor.
It's the original hunter 26 mount, have seen...
The plate that my motor mounts on is badly cracked and I need to make or buy a new one. Complicating this is my boat is already in the water with the motor mounted on it.
Any suggestions? Also would appreciate if anyone has templates or measurements.
My main cabin light is full of water. I went to the coachroof and my mast wiring plug is lose at the base. Looks like one of the screws is missing and it was knocked loose by my boom vang moving. I can't change the angle of my boom vang because all of the points are riveted into the boom.
The pic below is with my boom swung out until it is against my Hunter 26's spreader bars. Even then I have a ton of rope lying in the cockpit.
Do I really need all of this rope? Can I cut some of the excess off?
Have a Hunter 26 and my sail looks off, I am not sure why though. I have raised it to the point the winch won't crank anymore but it seems like it isn't catching wind well. The pics below were sailing in 10-14k wind
Have only had my H26 for a few months and the sailing season was short here so...
Have a Hunter 26 with the original Origo stove. In the past few weeks am getting very little flame. It is taking 3 times as long as before to boil water.
-Yes I know you can't see much alcohol flame but it really doesn't get as hot as before
- I did refill the pots with denatured alcohol, that...