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|04-01-2007 03:08 PM|
|sailingdog||You're not sitting on moving machinery..... however the warm breeze is good for those chilly days...|
|04-01-2007 01:23 PM|
Momma tole me not to ever sit on moving machinery. Must be a nice breeze though.
|03-31-2007 09:20 PM|
BTW, here's a photo of a C&C 38, and on my friend's boat, which this is not, the engine compartment blower and intakes are located under the hump along the stern cockpit coaming that you can see through the wheel in this photo.
|03-31-2007 09:09 PM|
Originally Posted by sailingdog
|03-31-2007 08:14 PM|
|sailingdog||Generally, most of the blower duct output for the engine compartments that I've seen on sailboats are located under a coaming of sorts, in the aft end of the cockpit, and use a dorade-type cowl to prevent water from coming into them.|
|03-31-2007 04:34 PM|
|03-31-2007 04:24 PM|
What's to explain, the
|03-31-2007 04:10 PM|
Originally Posted by hellosailor
Ball valve's on a blower? please explain...
|03-31-2007 12:11 PM|
|RickBowman||As the complexity of a system approaches infinity, the time between failures approaches zero.|
|03-31-2007 11:43 AM|
"A 4" hole could fill a boat pretty quickly" You mean, everybody doesn't have ball valves or fill plates handy, to secure their engine compartment vents in rough weather?!
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