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    Apr 2010
    Quote Originally Posted by PhantomChaos View Post
    I would have drilled a hole in the bottom of the boat.
    Nort....sometimes your ideas arent that good.

  2. #22
    My Boats:
    1997 33' Scarab...twin 502's.. 05 F350 SD 4x4 CC Dually
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    Jan 2009
    Wilson, NY
    The 2 newer, larger Shop vacs I have (one is a Rigid brand from Home Depot) have drain ports in the bottom side of the container that you can hook a garden hose to...or adapt a larger hose to it. This way you suck the liquid out of whatever...and you dont hafta drain the container as often, or not at all. Just something to think about. could prolly get some kinda re-sealable drain kit...and put a hole in the lower side of your vac yourself.

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