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  1. haz

    questions before buying R200

    Link to photos of console door gas strut installation. Good luck!
  2. haz

    2003 R190 - Leaning Post Cushion

    The 2004 R190 Parts Guide (link to PDF download) offers no insight on removing the cushion, but it does includes photos of the live-well/leaning post, which appears to have also been installed through 2006 on R200 models. You may want to join and re-post your question on the Robalo Boating Forum (link to site), which specializes in earlier model-year Robalo boats. Good luck!
  3. haz

    Robalo R180 Cooler

    Cap't Mike: You may enjoy reviewing the 2014 R180 Parts Guide (link to PDF download), which includes photos of below-deck structures. Good luck!
  4. haz

    23 foot Robalo cc coming soon?

    R230 to be on display at Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, October 30th to November 3rd, according to a post with the following photos on Robalo Owner's Facebook Group...
  5. haz

    Robalo R180 Cooler

    Cap't Matt: Congrats on your new-to-you R180, and welcome to the Forum! We did not consider the T-top when we ordered our Robalo. We had a bimini and enclosure custom-made for our R180, due to our desire to color coordinate the canvas with the boat. This past post (link to discussion) contains photos and more info on our custom bimini. If you enter 'R180 T-top' into the Forum Search function, you'll find several Forum members who have at least considered an aftermarket T-top for their R180. Good luck!
  6. haz

    Robalo R180 Cooler

    Found via web search, the lower shell of this Coleman 70qt Extreme Marine (link to seller) looks identical to cooler Robalo provided with our R180, though this one is blue... ...while our cooler is all-white... Seller contact info (link to page) may allow you to verify it's the cooler you're looking for, but be aware that the address mentioned is a mailbox store (map link), not a retail store, so be cautious -- I have no experience with this seller. Good luck!
  7. You may want to join and re-post your questions on the Robalo Boating Forum (link to site), which specializes in earlier model-year Robalo boats. There is a large community of members who have undertaken Robalo restoration efforts similar to yours, as well as many active 2520 owner-members and Forum moderator 2-N-Tow (link to Profile) who will happily provide you information and advice. If you enter '2520' into their Forum search page (link), you'll find over 150 mentions of that model on the Robalo Boating Forum. Good luck!
  8. haz

    R180 Folding Windshield

    In this past discussion (link to thread), bboy mentions the vertical inner faces of the aluminum trailer fenders are covered with carpet, which diminishes the risk of hull strikes. Good luck!
  9. haz

    Tension on Throttle - 2016 R227

    The tension adjustment screw is located beneath the arc-shaped cover (red arrows) that is evident in your posted photo... ...which is item #2 in the following illustration... ...and further referenced in this adjustment procedure... Good luck!
  10. haz

    back rest on back seat 2018 R222

    Eman: Thanks for sharing the photos. Robalo has apparently moved from using magnetism to a more positive physical latching mechanism, using a rubber bobbin with an undercut that snaps past the projections inside the bore of the seat bottom's mating part. It's also interesting to see how the seat bottom framing and hinge design has been changed from Robalo's earlier online photos. Good luck!
  11. haz

    Coyote trailer bunks

    Coyote Manufacturing's office manager & co-owner, Lee Money, has participated in this Forum as CoyoteMfgCo, in response to owners having issues with Coyote trailers. Here and on other discussion sites, Lee Money has shown Coyote's dedication to customer service and determination to make things right for any owner experiencing a problem. Lee Money can be contacted by calling (229) 494-9158 and photos can be sent to leemoney@coyotemfgco.com and/or warranty@coyotemfgco.com. I expect Lee will provide you guidance and whatever parts you need to correct the issue, and certainly some assistance toward repairing the hull gouge would be welcomed . Good luck!
  12. haz

    1996 Original Graphics/Decals

    Also available sized 67 inches long x 9 inches high on eBay (Link to seller's page). Good luck!
  13. haz

    1996 Original Graphics/Decals

    As FullThrottle mentions above, Garzon Studio offers this graphic, sized 48 inches long x 6 1/2 inches high... They may also be able to reproduce the fish graphic, if you require it. Good luck!
  14. haz

    Robalo 202 EX

    A few discussions on this topic have occurred on the Robalo Owners Facebook Group page (Group membership required for access), and the causal theories are the port-side battery placement when at rest, and prop rotation coupled with wind effect on the T-top when underway . Several R222 owners resolved the issue by placing ballast bags totaling 50-to-100 pounds, on the starboard side at the stern between the fresh water tank and the hull sidewall. Ballast bags can be filled with either sand or steel shot/pellets, with the steel-filled bags being smaller in overall size. The Sandbag Store and Wake Ballast are among several sources that a web search will reveal. Good luck!
  15. haz

    Siphon gas out of R227

    Remove the engine's fuel line from the priming bulb and attach in its place a hose long enough to reach below the height of the fuel tank. Repeatedly squeezing the priming bulb will produce a siphoning action and a continuous flow of fuel into your fuel storage container. Good luck!
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