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    finalfling wrote:
    As you can see my computer skill are limited,Sorry for the confusion, I really do not know how to omit one post or the other.

    Dan
    I'd stay with your other thread as you have a few responses there anyway, and I've updated it with your correct information.

    This thread can be deleted. I'll mention it to one of the Mods.

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    As you can see my computer skill are limited,Sorry for the confusion, I really do not know how to omit one post or the other.

    Dan

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    Gilligan wrote:
    Is there a question in there?
    It is rather confusing because he http://"http://www.baylinerownersclu...this topic</b> but omitted engine info.

    No harm/no foul, but he should now choose one thread or the other, IMO.

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    finalfling wrote:
    OOPS, Sorry guys.it is a volvo AQ260A. With HGE manifolds and risers, system was new 6 years ago has always been in fresh water, Thought i would remove the risers to clean and check everything looks real good,But honestly i think peaunut butter is the way to go if i get lost at sea i can remove the risers and make a peaunut butter sandwich,

    Thanks as always Dan
    Is there a question in there?

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    to seal or not to seal when installing risers-gctid364130

    OOPS, Sorry guys.it is a volvo AQ260A. With HGE manifolds and risers, system was new 6 years ago has always been in fresh water, Thought i would remove the risers to clean and check everything looks real good,But honestly i think peaunut butter is the way to go if i get lost at sea i can remove the risers and make a peaunut butter sandwich,

    Thanks as always Dan
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