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Web definition: the horizontal framing member between a door and a window above; also refers to the window above a door.

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What drive does a 1963 28 hp evinrude outboard motor have?

There are 2 models from '63 at 28hp - models 28302 and 28303. Model 28302 is a standard length shaft for 15" transoms and 303 is for 5" longer for 20" transoms.


What is a boats transoms?

The transom is the stern end of a boat, where you mount the outboard motor on a small boat.


Why do windows in American houses have those white strips It blocks the line of view and makes the windows look small?

The white strips you are referring to are called mullions (vertical) and transoms (horizontal). In older windows, the panes of glass were smaller, because there were not simple and cheap methods to manufacture and support large panes of glass. To make windows that were larger than the individual panes of glass they were grouped in a larger frame or sash, and separated by mullions and transoms.Some modern buildings use small panes of glass to copy older style buildings, and because it is now cheaper and more efficient to produce larger windows, sometimes fake mullions and transoms are stuck onto windows to copy the older look. Real mullions and transoms can add strength, support and security, but not if they are thin and small. Fake mullions and transoms add nothing, and arguably detract from the appearance as well.


Where on a boat is the transom located?

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What are some eight letter words with 3rd letter A and 4th letter N and 5th letter S and 7th letter M?

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What are some eight letter words with 2nd letter R and 4th letter N and 5th letter S and 7th letter M?

According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 2 words with the pattern -R-NS-M-. That is, eight letter words with 2nd letter R and 4th letter N and 5th letter S and 7th letter M. In alphabetical order, they are: transoms transume


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Did the dumbell tenement work?

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Where is serial no on boat?

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Where on the boat are HHull number?

All boats manufactured or imported on or after November 1, 1972 must bear a HIN. The HIN is a 12 character serial number that uniquely identifies your boat. The HIN has an important safety purpose. It enables manufacturers to clearly identify for boat owners the boats that are involved in a defect notification and recall campaign. A HIN is not the same as a State registration number, which may be required to be displayed on the bow of your boat. The HIN is a Federal requirement; your boat's registration number is a State requirement similar to the license plate on your car. The HIN, however, is required to be shown on the State certificate of registration. The boat manufacturer must display two identical hull identification numbers, no less than one-fourth of an inch high, on each boat hull. The primary HIN must be permanently affixed (so that it can be seen from outside the boat) to the starboard side of the transom within two inches of the top of the transom, gunwale, or hull/deck joint, whichever is lowest. On boats without transoms or on boats on which it would be impractical to the transom, the HIN must be affixed to the starboard outboard side of the hull, aft within one foot of the stern and within two inches of the top of hull side, gunwale, or hull/deck joint, whichever is lowest. The starboard outboard side of the hull aft is the preferred HIN location for many manufacturers. On catamarans and pontoon boats the HIN must be affixed on the aft crossbeam within one foot of the starboard hull attachment. The second is usually hidden inside somewhere.


Cant find the hull ID number on the transom is there anywhere alse to look?

All boats manufactured or imported on or after November 1, 1972 must bear a HIN. The HIN is a 12 character serial number that uniquely identifies your boat. The HIN has an important safety purpose. It enables manufacturers to clearly identify for boat owners the boats that are involved in a defect notification and recall campaign. A HIN is not the same as a State registration number, which may be required to be displayed on the bow of your boat. The HIN is a Federal requirement; your boat's registration number is a State requirement similar to the license plate on your car. The HIN, however, is required to be shown on the State certificate of registration. The boat manufacturer must display two identical hull identification numbers, no less than one-fourth of an inch high, on each boat hull. The primary HIN must be permanently affixed (so that it can be seen from outside the boat) to the starboard side of the transom within two inches of the top of the transom, gunwale, or hull/deck joint, whichever is lowest. On boats without transoms or on boats on which it would be impractical to the transom, the HIN must be affixed to the starboard outboard side of the hull, aft within one foot of the stern and within two inches of the top of hull side, gunwale, or hull/deck joint, whichever is lowest. The starboard outboard side of the hull aft is the preferred HIN location for many manufacturers. On catamarans and pontoon boats the HIN must be affixed on the aft crossbeam within one foot of the starboard hull attachment. The second is usually hidden inside somewhere, contact the manufacturer


Where are hull identification numbers located on boat?

All boats manufactured or imported on or after November 1, 1972 must bear a HIN. The HIN is a 12 character serial number that uniquely identifies your boat. The HIN has an important safety purpose. It enables manufacturers to clearly identify for boat owners the boats that are involved in a defect notification and recall campaign. A HIN is not the same as a State registration number, which may be required to be displayed on the bow of your boat. The HIN is a Federal requirement; your boat's registration number is a State requirement similar to the license plate on your car. The HIN, however, is required to be shown on the State certificate of registration. The boat manufacturer must display two identical hull identification numbers, no less than one-fourth of an inch high, on each boat hull. The primary HIN must be permanently affixed (so that it can be seen from outside the boat) to the starboard side of the transom within two inches of the top of the transom, gunwale, or hull/deck joint, whichever is lowest. On boats without transoms or on boats on which it would be impractical to the transom, the HIN must be affixed to the starboard outboard side of the hull, aft within one foot of the stern and within two inches of the top of hull side, gunwale, or hull/deck joint, whichever is lowest. The starboard outboard side of the hull aft is the preferred HIN location for many manufacturers. On catamarans and pontoon boats the HIN must be affixed on the aft crossbeam within one foot of the starboard hull attachment. The second is usually hidden inside somewhere.


List of words with the prefix trans?

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What word is u t m s a o n h a p l r o m e l s l?

There is no single English word that uses all those letters. Here are some larger words you can make with some of the letters:8-letter wordsaeronaut, aerosats, aerosols, alastors, aleurons, allheals, allopath, almemars, almoners, alphorns, althorns, alumroot, amateurs, ammonals, amphorae, amphoral, amphoras, ampoules, ampullae, ampullar, anapests, anestrus, anethols, anserous, anteroom, antheral, apholate, apolunes, apostles, apothems, apterous, arethusa, armament, armholes, arousals, arsenals, arsenous, arsonous, ashplant, asphalts, assentor, asternal, astomous, atheroma, aureolas, australs, autosome, earshots, earthman, emanator, emulator, enamours, enormous, enthrall, enthrals, espartos, espousal, ethanols, haltless, hamsters, hamulate, hamulose, hanapers, haplonts, haploses, harmless, harpoons, harslets, haunters, helmsman, hematoma, hepatoma, hoarsens, hoarsest, holsters, homespun, hommoses, hoopless, hoopster, hormonal, hormones, hornless, hornpout, horseman, hostlers, hotelman, hotpress, hotspurs, houseman, housesat, housetop, humanest, humerals, humpless, huntress, hurtless, hustlers, lamellar, lamellas, lampases, lampoons, lamsters, laterals, latosols, loamless, loathers, lomentum, lothsome, lupanars, lutherns, maestoso, maestros, malamute, malapert, maltases, maltoses, manholes, manropes, manteaus, mantraps, marasmus, marathon, marmoset, marplots, marshall, marshals, martello, maternal, matronal, mausolea, melanoma, melanous, menorahs, menstrua, mensural, menthols, mesotron, metaphor, methanol, metopons, momentos, monaural, monomers, monstera, monsters, monteros, moonless, moonlets, moonsets, moorhens, morellos, mosasaur, motorman, motormen, moulters, mounters, mouthers, munsters, mushroom, naphtols, nathless, naturals, neomorph, neoplasm, neuromas, neurosal, neutrals, normless, nostrums, numerals, nutshell, oatmeals, oestrous, oestrums, omentums, omphalos, onrushes, oosperms, operants, ortolans, osteomas, outearns, outhears, outhomer, outleaps, outlearn, outplans, outpolls, outpress, outrolls, outsells, outshame, outshone, outsnore, outsoars, outsoles, outspans, outspell, paesanos, paleosol, palestra, panthers, pantoums, parallel, parament, parasols, parental, parlante, pasterns, pastoral, pastural, pastures, patellar, patellas, paternal, pathless, pathoses, patronal, patroons, pearlash, peasants, persalts, personal, personas, perusals, petalous, petrosal, phaetons, phantasm, phantoms, pharoses, phaseout, pheasant, phonates, phorates, planless, planosol, planters, planulae, planular, plashers, plasmons, plasters, plastral, plastron, plastrum, platanes, plateaus, platoons, pleasant, pleonasm, plethora, pleuston, plotless, plummets, plushest, polarons, polentas, polestar, pollster, polluter, pollutes, pomatums, poolhall, poorness, porthole, portless, postanal, posterns, posthole, postoral, postural, postures, potashes, potholes, pothouse, poulters, preallot, prehuman, prenatal, pressman, promotes, pronates, pronotum, prosomal, prosomas, protases, proteans, prunella, prunello, psalters, psammons, psoralea, psoralen, pullmans, pulmotor, pulsates, pulsator, punsters, purslane, ramentum, rampoles, ramulose, raptness, ratholes, reallots, remounts, replants, reposals, reshoots, resmooth, responsa, restamps, resummon, rhamnose, rollmops, rollouts, romaunts, roommate, rootless, roseolas, rostella, rosulate, routeman, rumpless, ruthless, sahuaros, saleroom, salesman, salterns, saltpans, saluters, samplers, santalol, santours, saporous, sarmenta, sarments, saunters, sealants, seamount, seaports, seasonal, sellouts, senators, senhoras, sepalous, shalloon, shallops, shallots, shammers, shampoos, sharpens, sharpest, sheroots, shoalest, shooters, shortens, shouters, shrapnel, shunters, slammers, slathers, slummers, smallest, smartens, smoothen, smoother, smothers, snapshot, snoopers, solanums, solonets, soothers, sopranos, soutanes, southern, southers, southron, spallers, spathose, spatular, spatulas, spearman, spermous, splasher, sporules, spouters, spumones, spurtles, stammels, stammers, stampers, stanhope, staplers, starnose, staumrel, sternums, stollens, stompers, stoopers, stramash, strophes, strumose, stumpers, sulphate, sulphone, sultanas, summates, summoner, sumpters, sunlamps, sunrooms, superman, supermom, supernal, supremos, surnames, talesman, tallness, tapholes, taphouse, taprooms, tearooms, teashops, teaspoon, templars, temporal, tempuras, teraohms, thalamus, thallous, thermals, thumpers, toluoles, tonearms, tonsures, toolless, tramells, tramless, trammels, tramples, transoms, trashman, trashmen, treasons, trehalas, tremolos, trollops, trommels, tummlers, turnhall, turnsole, unearths, unhorses, unlashes, unlethal, unlooses, unshells, unstraps, uprootal, upshoots, upstares, upstream, urethans9-letter wordsaeronauts, allomorph, allopaths, allophane, allophone, allotrope, almshouse, alumroots, amassment, amauroses, amorphous, anestrous, anomalous, anterooms, apartness, apetalous, apholates, arethusas, armaments, ashplants, asphaltum, assaulter, atemporal, atheromas, australes, authoress, autosomal, autosomes, emanators, emulators, enthralls, haustella, hematomas, hepatomas, homeports, homespuns, hoopsters, hornpouts, housetops, humorless, lampooner, lampshell, loathness, loathsome, lomentums, maelstrom, malamutes, malaperts, malleolus, marathons, marlstone, marmosets, marshalls, martellos, melanomas, mellotron, melphalan, menstrual, mesomorph, mesotrons, mestranol, metaphors, methanols, momentous, monohulls, monsteras, monstrous, motorless, mousetrap, mushrooms, neomorphs, neoplasms, neuromata, nutshells, oasthouse, outhomers, outlearns, outshames, outsnores, outspells, paleosols, palestras, parallels, paraments, paramount, pastorale, pastorals, patrolman, patrolmen, patroness, personals, phalluses, phantasms, phaseouts, pheasants, planosols, plasmasol, plastrons, plastrums, pleonasms, plethoras, pleustons, polestars, pollsters, polluters, poolhalls, portholes, postholes, pothouses, preallots, prehumans, protonema, prunellas, prunellos, psoraleas, psoralens, pulmonate, pulmotors, pulsators, purslanes, resmooths, responsum, resummons, rhamnoses, rhamnuses, roommates, rostellum, saleratus, salerooms, salesroom, santalols, saphenous, sarmentum, seamounts, shalloons, shampooer, smoothens, smoothers, soapstone, southerns, southrons, sportsman, sportsmen, sporulate, stanhopes, staumrels, steamroll, sulphates, sulphones, summoners, supermoms, taphouses, teaspoons, temporals, thalluses, thesaural, thornless, tollhouse, transpose, turnhalls, turnsoles, upholster, uprootals10-letter wordsallomorphs, allophanes, allophones, allotropes, anastomose, anastrophe, anatropous, asphaltums, harassment, homopteran, houseplant, lampooners, lampshells, maelstroms, marlstones, mellotrons, melphalans, menopausal, mesomorphs, mestranols, monestrous, mousetraps, paramounts, pastorales, pheromonal, photomural, prothallus, protohuman, protonemal, pulmonates, rostellums, salmonella, saltarello, shampooers, smallmouth, somersault, sousaphone, sporulates, steamrolls, tollhouses, transshape, treasonous, ultrasmall, unpastoral, upholsters11-letter wordsallelomorph, anastrophes, homopterans, houseplants, lepromatous, photomurals, protohumans, salmonellas, saltarellos, smallmouths, snapshooter, supersmooth12-letter wordsallelomorphs, prothalluses