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  • G23 heater install

    I have a Ď13 g23. Does anyone have a pic of where the heater core is mounted under the helm in a G23? Iím having a he** of a time of where it should be or where the factory mounts it.

    The pocket door is in the way...lol! Found one pic of a member who mounted marine board to the hull, but I donít want to set any screws when I donít see any reinforced fiberglass.


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    It's on the driver's side. From the bow, pull the cushion off right in front of the driver. It'll be held on with those "Christmas Tree" studs. The heater core mounts right there. You should see the mounting brackets. This is, of course, for a factory core. If you're doing something else from Heater Craft it may not mount in the factory location.

    -Charles

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    • #3
      Originally posted by charlesml3 View Post
      It's on the driver's side. From the bow, pull the cushion off right in front of the driver. It'll be held on with those "Christmas Tree" studs. The heater core mounts right there. You should see the mounting brackets. This is, of course, for a factory core. If you're doing something else from Heater Craft it may not mount in the factory location.

      -Charles
      Hmm! It is a Correct Craft 200 series heater. The only xmas tree studs I see are the ones that hold the cushion on. Looks like there are four predrilled holes that are on the stringer that runs starboard to port side: two on top & two on vertical. No bracket or anything else I can see.

      Just a side note, I have run vent hoses & lines that connect to motor. Everything is done except for mounting the core.

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        This is a shot from the side of the heater core. These two warm air hoses are exiting to the Starboard side of the boat.

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        Here's another shot with a problem I had. The "Y" below put enough weight on the warm tube to split it and I had to tape it up until I could get replacement parts. For some reason, the uploader here rotated both of these shots 90 degrees to the left. They need to be rotated back 90 to the right...
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ID:	572565 14 G23. Just installed this a few weeks ago. Thanks again Charles for all of the help.

          Flex - let me know if you have any other questions.


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          • #6
            Thanks Trip! Do you have a pocket door? That is what is what is giving me issues. The core will have to be mounted to the left of where yours is cause of the pocket door, which makes it hard to set the screws for mounting brackets. Looks like yours is mounted to the stringer that runs from starboard to port, if Iím looking at the pic correct. What type of screws did you use?

            Iíll post a pic tomorrow, should have time to mess with it.

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            • #7
              No pocket door. I saw that in your original post after I posted. How much room does the pocket door take up? Could you turn the core vertical instead of horizontal? I used the screws that came with the heater kit. Pre-drill the holes if you can, it is a tight space to work in for sure. I had muscles cramping that I did not know I even had.

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