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Date Posted: - Tuesday - 07/27/10 - 1:52pm
Author: Randall, Murre, M31
Subject: Raw Water Strainer

Has anyone installed a raw water strainer on their perkins (or any other engine, for that matter). Was checking them out at WestMarine the other day and the ones that appear to match my hose size are monsters.

I'd be curious to see/hear of strainer installs on Mariners.

Thanks in advance.


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[> Raw water strainer -- Doug Wilson, - Tuesday - 07/27/10 - 5:55pm

I don't think I've ever worked on or owned a boat that didn't have strainers.
If you mail me, I'll send a picture of the one on Cactus Tree, it's kind of a standard size. I can't post pics here for some reason.

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[> [> Thanks. Have sent you an email -- Randall, - Tuesday - 07/27/10 - 7:56pm

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[> [> [> Strainers -- Mark, Aeolus M31, - Tuesday - 07/27/10 - 10:09pm

Hey Randall, my M31 came with an "older" Perko 493. They're smaller and take a bit more time to clear, but I like it. Probably measures 8" to 10" in height.

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