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Old 17-10-2018, 02:45   #1
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Thru-hull fitness testing.

So how do you test whether your thru-hulls are Ok for you to leave your boat for a period ? Do you sleep peacefully or have nightmares ?

My thoughts are the more you interfere with it the more likely it is to spring a leak.
So I rely on visual checks of hoseclamps and hose stability restraints ?
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