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Old 01-22-2013
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Re: Large cockpit lazarette - how important?

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Originally Posted by Mobnets View Post
Cruisingdad . . . good comment about lids being heavy and a hazard.

One key component of my upcoming lazarette makeover is finding and installing appropriate hydraulic lifters for the lid.

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Well, thank you but that wasn't me!!!

I personally would not screw around with hydraulic levers or what not. Just put in a padeye with a long enough line to connect to a lifeline with a carabiner or something similar. KISS (and cheap).

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