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post #14 of Old 05-23-2008 Thread Starter
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Don't throw any bad vodoo at me SD! I do agree with you, it just needs an access port for convenience, the seacock is on the engine block behind the companionway.

Say the engine seacock hose is 1 inch OD, I do not think the pump could keep up anyways; hopefully someone would notice and make a call.

HEY, the two of you stay on topic, and stop arguing whose is bigger!

Another/next project is a solar panel. I have a plug on the stern as the PO used a windvane, and a switch in the boat. I do not know much about solar other than what I have read here; I do not think there is a controller though, which I think I would need, I also need a battery monitor.

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