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Are you talking about the crossover behind the engine, with the large exhaust hoses?
Any old can of resin and some glass cloth is all you need to fix it. Remove it, clean it, scuff it a bit, then glass over the cracks.
While you are in there, check the mufflers too, and consider changing all of the exhaust hoses and maybe the fuel lines if you don't know how old they are.
I can see the thermostat in your second image (the housing in your hand).
Maybe back flush the block, check the circulating pump impeller, and get a new 160*F thermostat.
Yes I have a hose with a plug like for the garden.
Here is a video of today, I disconnected the hose from the thermostat housing, and we can see the water flow...
I dont understand, the water go through the engine then to the thermostat and then through the circulating pump then again the engine ?
On 2/13/2020 at 2:25 PM, Michigan boarder said:
I see no end in sight for me. I still remember conferences for my then 2nd grader. They went really well. We went to some friends afterwards:
My wife to the other wife: "He's doing really great, reading above his level, and he just seems really happy when I pick him up at the end of the day. We will be helping him with some extra work when school is out to help occupy..."
Me to the other husband: "Have you seen Ms. Xxx, the new 2nd grade teacher? She's smokin' hot."
No end at all.
Me, as chaperone, to my son in high school band: "Hey, what are you looking at?"
Son: "That girl in the brass section. She's cute."
Me, only I'm looking at the other chaperones: "Yeah, I guess she's cute in a youngish sort of way, but her mom is hot!"
On 2/7/2020 at 9:23 AM, smileysteve said:
More work, but list it on boat setter 100% of the time. To make enough money to pay off debt.
But realistically, try to sell it now so that you can get a good value rather than someone else selling it at auction. If you're going to lose your boat at least get a good value for it.
I have no idea if this is a realistic option at all but having my 2004 LSV on boatsetter went amazingly well for me last year. I would be happy to share more on my experience with it if that’s helpful.
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