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Old 08-01-2008, 13:20   #76
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I had a S/S one made in NZ in 1995. The guy was a brilliant S/S welder and the waterlock is still in the boat.
I hope he is the same guy in NZ that welded up my ss holding tank then .
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Old 08-01-2008, 16:45   #77
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Bummer on that. I have seen a nifty fix on a very nice boat here in Auckland that I sailed to onga on owned by a guy named Simon who has been cruising all over the place these past years. He runs a bit of tubing from the siphon break on the exhaust to a fitting that goes inside the cockpit. The tube is then aimed at the cockpit drain so that when she is running you see it shooting a steady stream of water, but it goes out the drain and nobodys toes get wet. Cheaper than some sort of alarm, I would bet.
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