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Old 11-30-2009, 10:07 PM
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Not likely, as for many this means directly putting salt water into the bilge. Do your strainers have removable baskets that you can pull out and shake out overboard? If you do not, I would advise finding some that do. The ones with fixed baskets/screens are kind of hard to clean.
Thanks Brian. I am just looking for a better way to access the strainers or clean them out. they do not have the removable baskets but regardless, getting to them when the engine is hot and you are swaying in the ocean waves is a pain.
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Old 11-30-2009, 10:16 PM
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the GS is THE OLD GIL =274.00 its easy to take a part and for a stock big block is fine, I used it with 650hp.
I'm running the one with the wingnut bolts red ring much beter than the OLD GIL style
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