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  1. 1st year owner/Newbie. I keep my boat (2005 Chapparel 190SSI Sport w/ Volvo Penta 4.3 GL-D) on a JetDock at my home in SC. I'd like to keep it out there all winter, so I can take out the boat in the fairly common 60-degree weather during the Winter. But we do get an occasional light frost and I certainly don't want to crack the block. Let me know what you think about this idea: If the forecast calls for a freeze, I was planning to attach the hose to the engine port and trickle water though it until the outside temperature is above freezing. --Good Idea or Dumb Idea. When searching the internet, I couldn't find anyone else who hatched this scheme. Thank you!
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