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    Hunter 34 Fuel Tank

    I don't know why, but my H34 does not have a fuel gauge. Although it's not been a problem (yet) , I don't like not knowing how much fuel is in there. I know that I could install a gauge, simply by cutting a hole in the top of the tank, but the problem is, the shavings that will drop into the...
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    The Proper Prop

    I have a 1987 Hunter 34, with a 27hp Yanmar 3GM-30F , turning a two-blade prop. The boat is very slow, when under power. Can anyone advise as to whether I can put a three-blade prop on the shaft ? If so, what is the correct pitch and diameter ? The shaft is either 1 1/8" or 1 1/4" in diam. I...
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    Proper Propellor

    I have a 1987 Hunter 34, with a 27hp Yanmar 3GM-30F , turning a two-blade prop. The boat is very slow, when under power. Can anyone advise as to whether I can put a three-blade prop on the shaft ? If so, what is the correct pitch and diameter ? The shaft is either 1 1/8" or 1 1/4" in diam...
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    Hunter 34 Keel to Hull smile cracks

    When my 87 Hunter 34 was hauled for Winter storage, I saw a crack at the forward end of the cast iron keel and also at the rear of the keel. Both cracks are where the keel meets the hull, and are about 10 inches long, around each end of the keel. Except for those cracks at each end of the keel...
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    Mast Compression Post Rot

    Hi all, I'm getting ready to replace the Compression Post on my '87 Hunter 34. I purchased a 4X4 white oak post and the marina will pull the mast soon. The top of the original post was rotted due to water intrusion through the pvc wire pipe. My question is... Should I drill a hole in the...
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    Mast Compression Post Rot

    After reading about this, I decided to remove the teak wrap around the wood post on my 1987 Hunter 34. The teak strips had to be pried-out, due to apparent sagging of the overhead cross-beam. Now that I have to replace the post, is there any reason why I can't use an adjustable steel-beam...