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I've reached the point of no return. After survey and seatrial last week, I've accepted the boat. Pray that I can get those frozen seacocks operational without replacing them! Thanks for all of the feedback!
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If they're metal... a bit of hot water might help.

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Arch...congrats and enjoy the boat...looks like a good weekend to get started!!
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