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Question 36T deck wash

I am a fairly new owner of a 1982 CS36T. Love it!

One question (for now, heh heh) There is an opening on the deck for attaching a hose, and a switch on the panel for "deck wash". However I don't seem to have the adapter needed to attach a hose to the deck wash.

Does anyone know where I could get one?

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It could be a New Found Metals deck wash adapter. Try their site..?

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Perko makes one as well, around $ 50.00
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Thanks so much for the suggestions. Still looking for the right one.

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Drumroll,

Thanks. I looked up. The one installed on my deck is flush and female and needs a male-male adapter/connecter to make the hose connection.

From the responses here I guess this is something that was not standard on the CS36T? and was likely installed by the PO?

I guess I need to think differently about this problem.

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Its possible that your existing fitting isn't a deck wash but a connection for your pressure water while your at the dock instead of having to use your tank water.
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