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Topic Review (Newest First)
05-15-2007 06:42 PM
sailingdog lol... them again... isn't camaraderie French???
05-15-2007 06:27 PM
camaraderie SD...no...but I know some French guys wth a hose! (G)
05-15-2007 06:01 PM
Valiente Jesus, don't go there...
05-15-2007 12:56 PM
sailingdog Cam-

My question is how you would know??? Clean many Portugese colons??
05-15-2007 12:55 PM
sidiag
Quote:
Originally Posted by camaraderie
Actually it is a Portuguese colon cleaner!!
Standby for Thread Drift
05-15-2007 12:50 PM
camaraderie Actually it is a Portuguese colon cleaner!!
05-15-2007 12:46 PM
sidiag It kinda looks like a modified "plumbers helper".[aka Toilet Plunger]
05-15-2007 12:17 PM
Freesail99
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Originally Posted by TrueBlue
Now that's an ingenious device - the telescopic rod enables attachment without use of a ladder from ground level. I wonder if it's available in the US.


The yard where my boat is at in Tuckerton, NJ has one. I thought they had invented it, never have seen one before.
05-15-2007 12:05 PM
TrueBlue Now that's an ingenious device - the telescopic rod enables attachment without use of a ladder from ground level. I wonder if it's available in the US.

05-15-2007 12:01 PM
knuterikt Hi
Here where I live we have to winterize the engines every year, first we flush the seawater circuit with freshwater before filling it with coolant mixture to protect form corrosion and freezing.

Last year I found this device (Flush adapter for inboard engine) making the process easier. It is an adapter to place over the seawater strainer (outside) and connects to a garden hose. This eliminates the need for taking the freshwater hose onboard.
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