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    Bilge Buddy - temporary bilge pump solution

    So I could not get at the bilge pump which is deep inside the hull, below the motor. Perhaps this winter will pull an exhaust manifold to get at it.

    I needed something for now and wanted it in a location close to the original one, so I fabbed up this bracket and works pretty well.

    Just wanted to share, in case others have a similar circumstance. Perhaps once the original bilge is replaced, maybe leave this one in too just in case.

    Tim
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    Necessity is the mother of invention. Good job.
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    thanks, I lined the hooked part with foam tape, looks great still after rough weekend on the lake....

    also have new circuit breakers, a new switch for nav / lights and new trim gauge on the way!

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