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Old 06-25-2008, 11:22 PM   #11
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oh...that's different!!! :shock:

if your running out into the sound and coming back thru the locks..then driving for quite awhile thru the lake...then no...you won't have to flush...I was thinking like me..your out in the sound..then come up river to dagmars when the tide is running up river ..then yeah...you need to flush....but in your case....nope..not necessary..

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Old 06-25-2008, 11:55 PM   #12
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Oh great to know! Now I can worry about more pressing things like: did I install the transducer correct? Which depth sounder is the accurate one, the factory in dash or the Garmin I just siliconed today? How can I transport 74 gallons of petro from the gas station at $4.30 instead of filling at the docks for $5.50? IPA or Lager? Try the locks today or go another day? Use the dentist excuse for work or the doctor excuse to play hooky???
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Old 06-26-2008, 03:14 AM   #13
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"Oh great to know! Now I can worry about more pressing things like: did I install the transducer correct? Which depth sounder is the accurate one, the factory in dash or the Garmin I just siliconed today? How can I transport 74 gallons of petro from the gas station at $4.30 instead of filling at the docks for $5.50? IPA or Lager? Try the locks today or go another day? Use the dentist excuse for work or the doctor excuse to play hooky???"


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Old 06-26-2008, 08:34 AM   #14
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74 gallons :shock:

That would cost a serious amount of money to fill here

hold on that's nearly £400 GPB so nearly $800 that's gonna hurt

More interestingly I grew up around canal boats on the inland waterway over here and would be very interested to see any pictures of your waterways and locks etc if you have any
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Old 12-30-2008, 12:43 PM   #15
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GROCO makes a fresh water flush vale that fits on the top of the sea cocks (salt water intake valve). You need to know the hose ID that fits on the valve before ordering the flush kit. My 3700 SCR has a 1 1/4 inch hose so that is the valve size to order from Defender boat part supplier. The valve is very simple to install and use. Good luck and great boating!
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