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psc 37 head question

Hi. Can anyone tell me what size and length of hose is required to replace the sewage lines in an 86 crealock 37? The boat is 2000 miles away and I would like to get this material before heading down to mex. Thanks. Grant
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FWIW - I just replaced the hoses on my 34. The hose was 1.5 inch. I bought a 10 foot section. That was enough replace three hoses with about 1 foot left over: head to vented loop, vented loop to y-valve mounted to the hull under the sink, y-valve to discharge seacock. There are a also 4 holding tank hoses (y-valve to tank, tank to pump, pump to seacock, and tank to deck fitting) but those were in good shape, so I did not replace them.
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