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Sailboat Diesel Heater

Has anyone tried to install one of the Espar
diesel heaters onto a sailboat? For
example the Swingfire Espar Turbo Heater
located at:

http://cgi.benl.ebay.be/Schwingfeuer-Turbo-
Heizer-Eberspaecher-Unimog_W0QQitemZ2700456
49872QQihZ017QQcategoryZ113063QQcmdZViewItem

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We have an Espar 4D Airtronic system on our boat - wonderfully efficient and comfortable. This has been discussed here in several threads, including this one:

http://www.sailnet.com/forums/genera...ighlight=espar
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hi all
i have a 1968 cal cruising 46 with a rear engine room. the previous owner started to install a proheat cabin heater. the installation is only one fifth finished. does anyone have any experience with proheat? which is simpler and more reliable? i have 360 gallons of diesel tankage so even if I were in alaska i
can stay warm for weeksusing diesel fuel.

which systemn is durable, simple easy to install taht uses diesel?

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