I have the cubby and no SN stamped in the transom. Before 73 they were on a sticker.
My 72 has stripe only on the front.
He has sailed a lot and gave me a lot of pointers after the fact. I'm hooked!
We were in about 25 ft of water. As the boat came up he kicked the dagger board back in the hole before he bailed and I was launched.
I just flipped my sunfish last weekend. First time sailing it. My son, experianced sunfisher, flipped it back over and I crawled right in.
So my son and I just sailed our new to us, free, sunfish. He has sailed many sunfish in the past but this was my first time on any type of sail...
Ok thanks I just assumed it was brass after looking at the cap. Both the body and the cap are corroded similarly.
Is the body brass? The plug is I unscrewed it and it looked like brass to me.
Wait what if you jammed some pool noodles in there? Then if something bad happened and it sank you could swim back to shore with the noodles!⛵♂️
I like the thought of cutting strips of foam that will fit through the inspection port then gluing them together and to the hull and deck. Seems...
Didn't do it yet. Gonna try this week. My son wants to sail it. He said come Saturday he is taking it out so I better do it. Alan S Glos is...
I have a socket that will fit. I may warm it a bit and spray it with some PB Blaster. Just warm not hot. The brass will move a bit and break any...
A plus is that the original metal Depersia bailer is intact with all the pieces. Gonna take it off carefully and clean it up.
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