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    Resident Jicky Jack Jeff C's Avatar
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    Did I get this right?

    Winterizing the ski, hooked up a Hudson sprayer to the flush inlet. Turned the ski on and ran about a half gallon of RV antifreeze into it.

    It was running pink out the exhaust after 2 cycles of about 20 seconds.

    Is the water out?

    What say you?


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    I'd say you're good to go. Unless you leave gallons of water in the exhaust you shouldn't have a problem. Most of whats left over after you flush it sits in the low spots and waterbox which has room to expand when it freezes. None the less you shouldn't take chances with a $10k toy.

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    Thanks Dime, appreciate the feedback.


    I know it does not take much to get RV antifreeze into it, but just wanted to make sure

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