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Subject: Enfield Leg

John Pooley
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Date Posted: 12:23:37 21/08/2005 Sun

I have a Seamaster 23 motor cruiser. The oil filler cap on the Enfield leg when the boat has no one aboard is some 2 inches below the water is this correct? If not how do I correct it. Most other Seamasters seem to ride higher at the stern.

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Re: Enfield LegCarl Underwood11:41:30 19/11/2006 Sun
Re: Enfield LegAllan Cox13:34:09 11/12/2006 Mon

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