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Re: Yanmar 2GM20F mixing elbow Pearson 31-2

I know what you mean regarding the Yanmar pricing on a replacement exhaust elbow. That is why we reconditioned (chiseled) the old elbow and reinstalled it. I'll take a closer look at your set up. Maybe I'll use it if our old elbow is clogged up again.

Are those tapper threads on the pipes? Did you use a thread sealer? What grade pipe did you use?
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Re: Yanmar 2GM20F mixing elbow Pearson 31-2

Dave,
If possible would you resend pictures of your exhaust design. All I see is an blank shape of a square with the words "Attached Thumbnails" inside. I just bought a 1989 Catalina 34 and to be safe, I plan to remove and inspect the mixing elbow. thanks
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Re: Yanmar 2GM20F mixing elbow Pearson 31-2

Dave, very nice design.
Did you take any pictures showing the internal water down pipe and how it was assembled. If so please share and if not please give me a little more detail on construction of the internal water down pipe. Once installed did you wrap any type of insulation around the exposed pipes or use some kind of a heat shield? Roger
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