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Re: Dry Flush head installation/use experience?

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I think that is the XLT Lariat model...

The Cadillac has a water hose bidet.
And on a boat, you would be hanging out on your own over the stern of your boat like shark bait...
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And on a boat, you would be hanging out on your own over the stern of your boat like shark bait...
Well at least at sea the wake wash system would make it a squeaky clean dinner for the sharks.....

I guess I should eat shark repellent.
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