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Old 30-01-2010, 18:22   #31
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IMAGINE, After this work I had to do on the diesel and seen how easy they are to work on and how reliable they are I would never change. The main reason I ask was the room you would gain inside the boat.

With this Fat old girl it would take a very big OB to push her.

I know it will sound strange but I am very happy the motor desided to go now and not while I was traveling and as it turns out the cost to fix her was way under what I thought, under $500. If I had known about the header Tank 3 years ago I would have done the motor then.


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