October 22, 2012Aging Power Plants: Rebuild or Repower?by Tim MurphyMany sailboats built two decades ago or earlier still have plenty of life left in them. But their engines may not. Should you rebuild the existing engine? Or repower with a brand-new engine?Rating:0
September 25, 2012How To Use an Infrared Pyrometer: Too Hot, or Not?by Steve D'AntonioAn infrared or noncontact pyrometer takes the guesswork out of taking temperatures. Monthly Maintenance from our September 2012 issue.Rating:0
September 11, 2012Ranger’s Refit—and the Real Rewardsby Jim CarrierInspired by the fateful day of September 11, 2001, this sailor brings his old 35-foot Allied Seabreeze to life for a transatlanic journey.Rating:4
August 13, 2012Reader Tip: Interior Lightingby David TurleyWishing your boat had more light down below? Try this easy and affordable solution.Rating:0
July 19, 2012Reader Tip: Removable Adhesiveby Les BlackwellWhen the thought of drilling into your boat's varnished bulkheads gives you the chills, try this sticky solution.Rating:0
July 18, 2012Multimeter Resistance Function: Ohmsby Steve D'AntonioThe final part of our series on understanding and using multimiters examines the resistance function and how it can be used for various troubleshooting and repair procedures. Monthly Maintenance from our August 2012 issue.Rating:1
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