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Old     (justcoz5)      Join Date: Apr 2007       05-29-2008, 5:55 PM Reply   
With all the problems with the Zebra mussels going on in the Bay Area, I wanted to make sure to get my boat as dry as possible for when I want to go to Anderson.

I opened the compartment for where my center ballast is, moved the sac because I wanted to see if I had water under it and I had about 4 inches worth of water, I assume this is because I dipped the nose last time out. Now my boat is backed into my driveway so the water moves to the front of the boat and I didn't see a center plug that I could pull to drain it out the bottom. I wanted to pull the front of the sac out so I could get in there and operate much easier to try to get this water out. The sac however seems to be mounted in there so it can't be taken out. Is this the case, and is there anyone out there who knows of a good way to get this water out of the center compartment? This time I had to go in the with sponges to soak up the water and put it in a bucket to get it out. I bet there is a much easier way to do this and I am just and idiot.

Thanks for any help

 
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