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Old 03-08-2006, 03:10 PM
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32 Sunsation... 496 HO's... They have pumps on them so you can pump the water out... So I should be able to just get by with that should it get real cold again I'd guess...??
Nice boat!!! You should be fine by just draining them, but I'm not that familiar with the new stuff. Just to be sure...I'd still keep my eye on the temps and do the droplight trick if it gets cold again!!!
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Let me know if I'm wrong, but an overnight freeze will not be enough to affect anything. Its if you have around 3 or more consecutive days/nights below freezing. This is what I always thought. I've been wrong before though.
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Thanks...

I have a call into the shop to see what they would recommend me do if I "HAVE" to use it this weekend and it should get cold again... You know for an Emergency or something....
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The old timers always say that you'll be fine after St. Patties Day in our area.
Is that yousaying it? When's the first dock party at the new place ?
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Is that yousaying it? When's the first dock party at the new place ?
There is no new place....yet.

The sellers want too much money and I'm not willing to pay that much. Right now we've broken off contact. I'll let them sit for 30 days and if it hasn't sold....I'll make one last offer....we'll see how it all works out. That's not the only house on the water.
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It's going to be a few more weeks for me. I need to get hot on my "To Do" list.
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Let me know if I'm wrong, but an overnight freeze will not be enough to affect anything. Its if you have around 3 or more consecutive days/nights below freezing. This is what I always thought. I've been wrong before though.
For the most part you are correct... water systems can freeze up over night but engine systems should be ok
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I will be working the chantilly boat show
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Damn Bobby, Jason is working the heck out of you!!!!! I will be thinking of you, when we are out on the water.
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Sorry about your luck Bobby!!!!
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