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  1. justsomeguy

    Why are marine toilet bowls so small?

    Profit. The smaller the boat you can fit one in, the more toilets you might sell.
  2. justsomeguy

    MEDICARE

    https://forums.sailboatowners.com/threads/medicare-requires-a-permanent-residential-address-what-do-cruisers-do.1249931480/unread
  3. justsomeguy

    Oil change, there's got to be a better way.

    Think I saw one of those in an Austin Powers movie once.
  4. justsomeguy

    Oil change, there's got to be a better way.

    I've poked a hole in them and then rotated the filter so the hole points down to drain into a pan. Worked pretty okay.
  5. justsomeguy

    Air conditioning condensation pump

    More like $2.50. Welcome to the "marine" aisle.
  6. justsomeguy

    Medicare requires a permanent residential address. What do cruisers do?

    Not just Medicare. There's the IRS too. I believe a @Maine Sail post a long while ago lamented this address requirement. City hall and all.
  7. justsomeguy

    Can't find the intake water strainer

    You never did say you re-opened the seacock. ;) But yep, check the pump operation and impeller.
  8. justsomeguy

    Companionway Hatch Storage

    Mine fitted diagonally in the cabin portside aft.
  9. justsomeguy

    Merrimack snatch block

    Drill the rivet. A bit of cutting fluid and slow rpms.
  10. justsomeguy

    Merrimack snatch block

    Parts are available. http://rig-rite.com/Hardware/Blocks/Snatch_Blocks/Merriman_Snatch_Blocks.htm
  11. justsomeguy

    Embarrassing Moments

    Once I forgot to unhook the pigtail from the backstay to the boom on the Mac. Got lucky. How many things do we only do once?
  12. justsomeguy

    Tiller “slop” thoughts

    Wedged shims attached to either the rudder post or tiller?
  13. justsomeguy

    Difference between Tohatsu 6hp Sail Pro vs Non-Sail Pro

    Seems you've covered all the bases. Designed specifically for sail boaters. This powerful sailboat engine, available in a "long" and an "ultra-long" shaft, has a high thrust sail drive propeller to give you the power you need. It also includes a 12V, 60W, 5A charging system for charging your...
  14. justsomeguy

    Sell day is NOT one of the happiest..

    Good salesman.
  15. justsomeguy

    Maine Sail

    Get well soon, Maine Sail!
  16. justsomeguy

    Sell day is NOT one of the happiest..

    "No Regerts"? :laugh:
  17. justsomeguy

    iPad charging woes

    Not an Apple cable? I once bought an aftermarket power cable for my iPad2. That was a waste of a few bucks.
  18. justsomeguy

    it's cooling off

    90 with a heat index of 109 F.
  19. justsomeguy

    luger 27 fairwinds safe for icw or Florida sailing

    It's funny because it's true. As long as your boat's not leaking and your sails are trimmed for the conditions, you'll likely be okay.