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Old 27-04-2015, 06:52   #1
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Location: Redondo Beach, CA
Boat: 1990 Oyster 55
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Vetus Exhaust Hose

As I wrestled the 34 feet of 3" and 2" exhaust hose out of my center cockpit Oyster 55 I was concerned about the difficultly of getting the new hose installed.

After talking with great tech support from Vetus I eliminated all of the elbows from the system due to much better flexibility of their current line of hose.

So far getting the new 2" hose installed has been very easy. The flexibility of this hose is amazing.

The biggest upside is no more joints in the system.

This hose is expensive but well worth the difference.
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