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Old 29 November 2015, 17:43   #11
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And I thought I was the one who overthought & over engineered stuff😄 what's wrong with muffs....you know what I mean😉
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And I thought I was the one who overthought & over engineered stuff�� what's wrong with muffs....you know what I mean��
Not enough water pressure in the boonies I'm afraid. Next door's jacks flushes and I'm gaspin'...
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Old 29 November 2015, 18:03   #13
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I've had overheat alarms on the zuke with muffs.
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Old 30 November 2015, 00:43   #14
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I've had overheat alarms on the zuke with muffs.
Ah! I see. I've got the opposite problem, 10bar water pressure. I have PRVs to stop water hammer & prevent the hose pipes exploding
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Old 30 November 2015, 01:28   #15
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It is strange as the outboard still has water peeing but it auto shuts down to protect itself with an alarm.
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Old 30 November 2015, 02:13   #16
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I have opened Pandora box
But I spent few days also to find it (internet, garden, construction markets)
When I be back with this item keeping bill with really good amount as a shield my wife reaction surprised me: "oh are you going to do something in the Garden ..."
I wish to have more courage and tell her that it is boat only equipment ...

Back to winterization:

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This is what manual stated.
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Old 30 November 2015, 03:37   #17
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I've had overheat alarms on the zuke with muffs.
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i had same trouble with my suzuki 90 low water pressure on muffs got this still FOC if you can pick up from dn22 7ng 660mm dia 530 deep 6mm thick.

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Old 30 November 2015, 10:25   #18
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Hi buddy,

Thanks for kind offer, logistics don't work unfortunately though. Someone more local may take up the kind offer though.
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Thanks for kind offer, logistics don't work unfortunately though. Someone more local may take up the kind offer though.
No worries it's there if anyone wants it.
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We don't 'Winterise' on Anglesey, we just keep on going afloat
Can be warmer in January than June! Yer all friggen Whimps!
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