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drewm3i

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About drewm3i

  • Birthday 07/27/1994

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    Annapolis, MD
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  1. This George Carlin?
  2. @Hatem Do you know this?
  3. The best thing to do is drain it after and then fill the hoses with antifreeze afterwards until it comes out of the block drains. It probably won't freeze that night though because it will have just been run and will take a long time to cool off.
  4. +1, but to one side or the other, not dead center.
  5. No, it typically should not be a problem going forward if its fixed now. It's not a hull problem.
  6. What boat? Typically single engine Chaps do not have any wood in the center of the bilge, while cruisers have a keel stringer in order to provide a flat bilge floor and add stiffness to the structure. Transducers are typically mounted just forward of the engine and just off to the starboard side from what I have seen.
  7. drewm3i

    Props off

    Just slab grease over the splines. Why cover?
  8. I may have to try the m-27 to keep the muddy Chesapeake from staining the bottom.
  9. It's not what it used to be, that's for sure.
  10. Congrats friend! Please share pictures for those of us exiled in northern climes.
  11. Anything is repairable, but this boat wouldn't be worth the effort IMO.
  12. I'm sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but any XDP is an accident waiting to happen. It's not if, but when they will have an issue with the bellows rupturing. If they have DPS. disregard what I said.
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