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    Seadoos and Syrup Jec's Avatar
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    For anyone who's not sure how they are going to pump antifreeze into the exhaust

    I wasn't really sure how I was going to pump rv antifreeze into the exhaust system, so I made this out of things lying around. I can put 5 gallons into the bucket or I can put the bucket under the ski and recycle the antifreeze. (I don't know how to turn the pics the right way, just have to tilt your head)
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    Nice, Jec! That's basically what I do, but without the PVC plumbing and cool board on wheels! Looks great!

    I use a Simer M40P mini-vac pump with the "out" hose connected to the ski and the "in" hose sitting in the bucket. I dump four gallons of RV antifreeze into the bucket and then turn it on. I always do both my boats at the same time, so it's great to be able to just move the bucket over to the 2nd boat when the first one is done!

    My mini-vac pump also helps me flush my hot water heaters in the house every 6 months.

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    WOW! That's quite the pump setup. I just use one of the little drill powered pumps hooked up to a 5 gallon bucket for my first AF flush. Next year I'm going to try one of the bins about the size of a recycling bin to catch more AF and maybe invest in a solvent pump.

    Did you just silicone the PVC pipe into the bucket or did you use some sort of bulkhead adapter?

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    I use a 20 dollar bilge pump hooked to a switch and 2 rubber made containers one for the pink and other for the pink falling out if the ski .. most cases you can re use it ... works great

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    You could just move to Florida and never have to winterize...

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    Quote Originally Posted by blfuller View Post
    Did you just silicone the PVC pipe into the bucket or did you use some sort of bulkhead adapter?
    I put a male on the outside and a female on the inside, then I siliconed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wotxxxsd View Post
    You could just move to Florida and never have to winterize...
    Yeah sounds like a good idea, or I can just ride through winter. The lake I ride in doesn't freeze anymore because of global warming.

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    If you have a iPhone edit enhance photo save then post

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    Oh I have a galaxy s4 active. I tried to turn the photo, but it came out the same way. Any ideas?

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    Very nice set up! On my 2013 GTX 155, all I used was a funnel and a few feet of hose connected to the flush port, started engine & held hose up high & started pouring ant-freeze into the funnel till it came out the back. stopped pouring & shut off engine. I think this should be fine

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