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Question Best Automatic Bilge Pump for a 1987 CS30?

Since the bilge has such a shallow grid, I am hoping some of my other CS'ers can chime in and advise which bilge pump would be the most effective?

Ideally, an automatic one that would kick over once the water level reached a float, and offered an alarm for same.


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Re: Best Automatic Bilge Pump for a 1987 CS30?

HB,

I was wondering if you have found and installed an automatic bilge pump in your CS30? If so, which one did you use, how did you handle the electrical and plumbing, and how is it working for you?

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