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Subject: Re: Seamaster 27 Bilge outlet


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Harry
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Date Posted: 18:40:42 28/08/2008 Thu
In reply to: Emma Wheeler 's message, "Seamaster 27 Bilge outlet" on 22:09:30 25/08/2008 Mon

>Hello,
>
>Yes you are probably right that the outlet has been lowered by the extra weight of the engine, the outlet normally is about 50mm above the waterline with an internal swan neck to take it further above the waterline.There are various sizes of hot water tank, a 40litre tank would be sufficent for your boat these cost approx. 350.00 including fittings, anything above this would be labour costs, have a word with Paul Killick at Weyside Marine he knows what he's talking about. Harry

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