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Irwin 43' center cockpit exhaust hoses access

I am trying to replace the exhaust hoses in my 43'Center Cockpit Irwin MKIII (1987). The hoses run up the chase under the steering pedestal and are not really accessable through the small access door in the wall of the engine compartment located in the passageway between the main salon and the aft master bedroom cabin. Does anyone have experience in how to access these hoses for removal?
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Hi, sorry can't answer your question but maybe you can answer mine. I'm very close to buying an Irwin 43 as a liveaboard cruiser and would appreciate your opinion based on your experience. Thx.
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Engine Exhaust Hose Replacement

Replaced all mine from engine room access in aft cabin!
Depending on how big you are, there is room to crawl-in.
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Hi, sorry can't answer your question but maybe you can answer mine. I'm very close to buying an Irwin 43 as a liveaboard cruiser and would appreciate your opinion based on your experience. Thx.
I liveaboard and cruise on an I43, it's great!!

See my BLOG for details.
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I liveaboard and cruise on an I43, it's great!!

See my BLOG for details.
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Thx but where can I find the blog?
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Liveaboard

We have lived aboard our Irwin43 for over four years. We have done a lot of thingsto make the boat more comfortable for us but it has been a great liveaboard. We are presently in the Dominican Republic and will head south after the Christmas winds.

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gewil....have you been in to the new marina in Puerto Plata? Can you give a report on it if you have?
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Thx but where can I find the blog?
As a Newbie I am not permitted to Post Links?

But try this:-- 360---dot---yahoo--dot--com---/izzard33
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try again, I could not make anything like that work
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Irwin 43 cc exhaust

Take at anaconda wresling class. Try the exhaust to hull outlet and the cocpit drain hoses.

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