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Old 01 April 2004, 04:05   #21
Country: UK - England
Town: West London
Boat name: Asp
Make: A BLACK Stealthly Metzeler
Length: 4m + really stealthy
Engine: Johnson 70hp VRO - not steathly at all!
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Yep, me too..

should be self apparent really - Port stern inner....


Trying to label my pictures so I can find them again.

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Old 01 April 2004, 04:32   #22
Country: UK - England
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Make: Porter
Length: 6m +
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Re: For all those with under deck trunking...

Originally posted by thorper
2 questions:

1 - How do the cables protrude from the trunking at the stern by the engine?

2 - How do you drain any water from it?

1 - Like this is one way. The top of the "top hat" is higher that the transom. If the water level gets past that point you are sinking or at least awash.

2- Water does run down the cables and past the sleeve. It then runs into the bilge via limber holes and is removed by the auto bilge pump.
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