Surface drives

Discussion in 'Surface Drives' started by marios55, Dec 13, 2014.

  1. gonzo
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    gonzo Senior Member

    Yes. Click on my name and it will give you all my information
     
  2. marios55
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    I need to send you some attachments and I cant do that through the forum. thats why I need your email to send it through yahoo.
     
  3. ChrisN67
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    I am able to get a set of used Arneson ASD-8's, I would have them rebuilt at Arneson.

    For $18,000 including all jacks and compete overhaul. Power steering pump at your expense if desired.
     
  4. ChrisN67
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    I am using SBM's

    SBM surface drives on a modified Intrepid 339 (Now 39')

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E4l4ATbv-Eg

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zUBX2KUtMQ

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zUBX2KUtMQ

    16750 dry weight

    With 250 gallons fuel, 5 persons an 42 C ambient temperature 27 C Sea Temp

    44 Knots First gear; 51 knots second gear

    Problems:
    On plane over 45 knts steering is very slow (about 8 degrees per second)
    Cannot hold speed between 10 and 20 knts during transition to plane
    When docking reverse has 30% of forward thrust

    Pics on this link:
    http://www.boatdesign.net/forums/propulsion/define-what-surface-piercing-propeller-28341-12.html
     
  5. marios55
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    Hi Chriss,
    would like to know what exactly is included when you say ""all jacks".
    What about the props, and how much for the wheel pump? I suppose thats the one you are refering at.
    Best regards Mario.
     
  6. ChrisN67
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    ASD 8's

    All he trim cylinders.. 2 steering and 2 vertical trim.

    The trim cylinders would be completely resealed, polished and tested.

    I would have the drives overhauled by Arneson. They would give them a clean bill of health.

    Steering pump, helm and props by you. Props would have to be by you anyway; depending on application.

    I wish had found them sooner, I would have used them instead of this rudder over system
     

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  7. marios55
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    marios55 Junior Member

    Hi Chris, still have those Arneson?
     
  8. powerabout
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    powerabout Senior Member

    the old sterndrive not so bad after all
     

  9. ChrisN67
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    Yes, they are used. Sitting in the shop. One shaft is damaged, they would need an overhaul.
     
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