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Old 29-11-2014, 08:06   #1
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Engine Room Access

Have a 2002 Sea Ray 420 Aft Cabin. The outboard sides of the engines (and fuel tanks) are inaccessible except by a squirrel. There are panels in the salon floor that are bolted and siliconed together that could be removed to access the engines. Has anyone performed a refit to make these panels more easily removable or have another idea to allow quick and easy(er) access to engine rooms?
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