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Old 04-07-2010, 05:15 PM
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Mine is 6"'s from the the bottom to the top of the thread.
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Same size?? Where do we get the damn things??

I am pretty sure that I have the flushing because I have a inlet from the flush system on the boat to the top of the strainer.
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I'll email in the info to my vendor, see if they can help. Was a tad out of pocket today, saw your emails but could not respond. Hopefully I'll have some answers tomorrow..
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I bought new strainers. So lie i said i have no use for this one. i sold the other one
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I bought new strainers. So lie i said i have no use for this one. i sold the other one
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PM me the details. lets do this. Its starting to really put a hitch in the giddyup....blowing water everywhere and all.
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Is there anything special about the posts that one couldn't just use stainless threaded rod?? You probably can purchase threaded rod by the foot from McMaster Carr.
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Well, so far I have been told the tie rods come as a set of four for the 400 series strainer, but are sold individually for the 500 series, yet the price is the same, and the 400 series come as a set only. And the BOTH use the same part number...

Not to mention the list on the set is 163 bucks?? When I pointed that out, they went back to the books to see if I could get a real answer..

Audio, I still have no idea which model yours is. I sent the other guys some breakdowns, maybe with that you can find yours??
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