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sonnycalif Posted - Mar 12 2014 : 13:51:25
I have a 1998 Silverton 322 with twin Volvo diesels. I am looking for an owners manual if anyone can email be a copy?
Thanks
Sonny
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Gregory S Posted - Mar 17 2014 : 08:08:42
It'll be interesting to see if Egg Harbor gives any support to owners of models built prior to the bankruptcy and sale of Silverton.
Billylll Posted - Mar 17 2014 : 07:07:08
quote:
Originally posted by Gregory S

You can call Silverton, but nobody will answer. They've been out of business for at least 3 years.


They rarely answered when they were in business!
Bill
Salvatore356 Posted - Mar 17 2014 : 06:31:02
http://www.eggharborgroup.com/ Called this # it works.
Gregory S Posted - Mar 16 2014 : 09:35:43
You can call Silverton, but nobody will answer. They've been out of business for at least 3 years.
Salvatore356 Posted - Mar 15 2014 : 08:02:20
http://silvertonyachts.us/images/Reviews/S322MYreview.pdf This should give you some information.
Salvatore356 Posted - Mar 15 2014 : 07:59:38
http://classifieds.silvertonboat.com/index.php?a=2&b=1073 If this is your boat nice and clean. Call silverton and see what they can do.
Gregory S Posted - Mar 13 2014 : 11:50:37
I doubt the owner's manual will have any different information gas or diesel. These manuals are very generic. The engine manuals however would be specific to the type of engines you have. Having owned 3 different Silvertons, the owner's manuals were all essentially the same. They describe a system and say "may or may not be present on your boat".
sonnycalif Posted - Mar 13 2014 : 10:35:43
Yes it seems most of these boats were gas. I will keep trying other forums to see. Thanks to all who responded.
Billylll Posted - Mar 13 2014 : 08:40:28
quote:
Originally posted by sonnycalif




This sounds like a unique boat I have never seen a 322 with diesels.
When I purchased my Mainship 40 Sedan Bridge a dealer copied the entire manual and sent it to me for free. I offered to pay him for his time but he refused. Perhaps you can find an old Silverton dealer and get a copy? I got mine by joining the Yahoo Mainship forum and asking. Isn't there a Silverton Owners Club board? That might be the place to get at least a copy of the manual.
Bill
ranger42c Posted - Mar 13 2014 : 08:09:13
Sounds like an unusual configuration; didn't know Silverton made any of the smaller boats with diesels...

-Chris

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