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Old 09-01-2002, 11:48 AM
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need a pair of drive showers for 35 fountain with external steering what do you recomend thanks
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Simrek Halo is the most popular, works great. They have a website at

Paul Kermis is the prez, terrific customer service if you ever speak with them or need help. Takes about 15 minutes max to install one, very easy. Most of that time will be spent checking and double checking your measurements on the template, then drilling the pilot holes. Always drill the pilots and step up in size as detailed in the instructions.

Driveshowers is all he does. You'll learn more about the theory, thinking and technology about them on his website than anywhere else in the business.



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Simple, effective and it works great. 15 minute install, great customer service!
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I like the new Teague ss flexible drive shower, has the new style 90degree tip, works like a champ, some of the other showers clog to easy. because the shower holes are to small this one dumps the water right on the upper bearing cap, it is almost impossible to clog it up with seaweed, they have three different models to fit all possible applications
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Unless you have an intercooler under your supercharger. Then plumb the discharges on to the outdrive/drives.
Can't have enough water on your drive.
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Old 09-02-2002, 10:07 AM
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i have a set of symrek's i bought for my last boat that i never used list price i paid was $125 each plus shipping i will sell them for $225 shipped email me [email protected] or call (315)885-9535
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I'd give a big thumbs up for the simreks, they work great !!
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Old 09-03-2002, 08:33 PM
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They have what I believe is the best looking setup yet

Rich is a great guy to work with.
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