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Bilge Fans - independent or ganged

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Re: Bilge Fans - independent or ganged

Postby vtcats » June 3rd, 2020, 6:35 pm

Speaking of bilge fans, I spent maybe 2 hours today twisted like a pretzel attempting to replace one of my 4 I have on the boat. I’ve come to the conclusion it will be easier to cut a 2x2 hole in the side of the boat, darn it. Joking aside
I may have to remove the large diesel fuel hose that connects right there at the tank. It’s the main thing preventing me from getting both arms/hands into that space on the side.
Stretching and twisting and using mostly one hand goes only so far. Had to give up (for now) with one side side of the connection point still attached and one end of the bilge hose disconnected.
2006 46 Voyager
Mallets Bay, VT


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