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Subject: Re: Drying out


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Neil
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Date Posted: 8/02/06 9:30:40
In reply to: Brad Croshaw 's message, "Drying out" on 7/02/06 23:44:36

Not done this myself yet, but need to put Samara (1979 T500 Cast Iron fin keel ) on the scrubbing piles in March/April to check the anode.

She was launched in July 05 and has been in a marina since. Not sure what the life of those prop anodes is...

Where abouts in itchenor are you going (is it by the sailing club?) and how much is it setting you back? I've been looking into scrubbing piles a bit but the only one I know of is at warsash & I'm in Gosport.

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Re: Drying outBrad Croshaw 8/02/06 12:25:34


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