Now MBI Publishing Companyas two top-selling boating titlesawritten by one of the worldas top authorities on the subject of antique wooden boat restorationaare available in one volume. In this comprehensive restoration guide for owners and enthusiasts of wooden powerboats of all makes and models built from the early 1920s through the 1960s, author Don Dannenberg covers all major woodworking aspects of restoration: surveying, disassembly, repair, reconstruction, and varnishing. But when it comes to restoring a classic wooden powerboat, getting the frame, planking, and deck right is just one part of the story. Danenberg also walks enthusiasts through the topics of hardware, running gear, electrical wiring, plumbing, instruments, upholstery, trailers, and maintenance. Fully illustrated with step-by-step color photos and written in an entertaining style in which the author stresses sound reconstruction techniques over preservation of original components, this comprehensive volume also includes resource listings, glossaries, and School of Hard Knocks sidebars.If there are any of these signs, replace the parts as needed. If all of these tests are okay and the cap, rotor, wires, and points look good, you may have a bad coil. Coils can be tested Both styles No voltage to ... resistor, or coil; or bad resistor. Moisture inside distributor cap - Clean and dry, replace if cracked or carbon- tracked.
|Title||:||The Complete Wooden Runabout Restoration Guide|
|Publisher||:||Voyageur Press - 2008-08-15|