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- Junior Member
- Posts: 2
- Joined: Tue Mar 05, 2019 10:51 am
- Vessel Info: 2005 Pursuit 2670 Denali
-I would like to put new windshield arms on to enable the windshield to open fully. Has anyone done this, and if so, which parts did you use?
- The odor coming from the bilge (and unfortunately into the cabin where my kids will be sleeping) is horrendous. Any suggestion on how to clean the mold from the forward bilge and how to change out the original head hoses? Any other suggestions on keeping the odor away?
-Any one order replacement cushions for the back bench?
Thanks all...excited to be part of the Pursuit family
- Senior Member
- Posts: 381
- Joined: Tue Apr 05, 2011 10:42 pm
- Home Port: Mattituck, Long Island
- Vessel Info: 1999 Pursuit 3000 Express, twin Cummins 4-BTAs
- Been thanked: 28 times
Before you get involved with the windshield, take off the arms and see how far you can open it without running up against it's limit of travel. You will probably have to get new arms made to open it further. Maybe the window frame manufacturer has longer arms that you can get. I think they were made by American Marine. But make sure you have enough room inside when it is closed so the arms don't hit above.
West Marine sells a product to kill head odors and it works well. I have a bottle on the boat. You'll have to look up the name for that also. You have to keep that tank pumped dry to help also. As for changing the hoses I can't suggest anything, mine are original from 1999, and the odor killer has done a good job. I also think it keeps the seals lubricated.
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