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Old 10-08-2015, 12:00 PM   #1
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Question Spare Parts List

Most of you know that the Admiral and I are heading north next summer (leaving in May) to the inside passage.

So I have started a spare parts box. Here is what I have so far:
  1. VacuFlush Kit
      • Bowl seal
      • Duck bills
      • Pump Diaphragm
      • Vacuum sensor
      • Water valve
  2. Engine
      • Belts
      • raw water impellers
      • fuel filters
      • Main strainer screen and bowl
      • Oil
      • Tranny oil
      • Coolant
      • alternator
  3. Genny
      • Impeller
      • fuel filters
      • oil
      • Belts
So what am I missing without being a parts store on the water?

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Old 10-08-2015, 12:23 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by Alaskan Sea-Duction View Post
So what am I missing without being a parts store on the water?

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Old 10-08-2015, 01:01 PM   #3
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Everything of course depends on how far out in the boonies you'll be.

Spare gen and main raw water pumps. Or at least rebuild kits. Spare prop/s, cotter keys, nut and prop puller.

Hose clamps of various sizes
Shore cord plugs
Proper tools
Electrical kit
Filter wrenches
Hose repair tape
Sealants and glues
Spare fresh water pump
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Old 10-08-2015, 01:07 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by Donsan View Post
Without that you can't jump start an engine. And some spare sections of hose.
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Old 10-08-2015, 01:43 PM   #5
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Probably incomplete and in no particular order...

• Alternator, with pulley
• Starter
• Fresh water pump
• Raw water pump, main and generator
• Macerator pump
• Shower sump pump
• Injectors, main engine
• Racor 500 filter elements (generator and furnace) (several)
• Racor 900 filter elements (main) (several)
• Main engine secondary filter (several)
• Generator secondary filter (several)
• Davit cable
• Davit solenoid
• Main engine fuel solenoid
• Main engine preheat solenoid
• Oil for 2 complete oil changes of main and generator
• Oil filters for main and generator (several)
• 2 gallons coolant
• Bow thruster sheer pin
• Complete set of fuses (multiple for most)
• Complete set of light bulbs (multiple for most)
• Idler pulley
• Belt tensioner
• Belt (multiple)
• Zincs for heat exchanger and aftercooler
• Assorted engine hoses
• Assorted wires/cables
• Assorted fuse holders
• Assorted electrical connectors
• Assorted water connections/hoses/terminators
• Assorted fuel hoses
• Emergency VHF antenna (in addition to several hand helds)
• Small inverter (in addition to 2500 watt installed unit)
• Spark plugs for dinghy outboard
• Prop for dinghy outboard
• Pull starter for dinghy outboard
• Furnace glow plug
• Impellers for main and generator, and impeller puller
• 3 gallons distilled water for batteries
• 20kg claw anchor, 50 feet of chain, 200 feet of line
• Airsep cleaning kit
• Rescue tape
• Duct tape
• Hydraulic steering fluid
• Transmission fluid
• Emergency gasket material
• Assorted sealants/adhesives
• Seal kit for Vacuflush
• Duckbills for Vacuflush
• Bilge pump
• Float switch for bilge pump
• Shorepower cord
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Old 10-08-2015, 02:35 PM   #6
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I like having lots of spares, but keep in mind that you can get pretty much anything to one of the larger ports in AK overnight via Alaska Air's Gold Streak. I used it a couple of times this past summer. Fisheries in Seattle is all set up to ship that way if you want. The package gets held at the airport and you go pick it up. I don't think it's much more expensive than regular overnight, so not cheap, but when you need it, you need it.

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