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    Does anybody know what we need to do in order to winterize these things???? Nothing in the manual at all?


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    Quote Originally Posted by bigkahuna1 View Post
    Does anybody know what we need to do in order to winterize these things???? Nothing in the manual at all?
    Details on this was in this tread:

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=38912

    Everything you probably want to know was discussed in it.

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    Where is the flush point located??? Is is the one on the top right side that has the hose attachement made out of brass?? Do you start it so that it could suck in the two gallons or do you feed it in somehow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigkahuna1 View Post
    Where is the flush point located??? Is is the one on the top right side that has the hose attachement made out of brass?? Do you start it so that it could suck in the two gallons or do you feed it in somehow?

    You would have to run it to get the two gallons in ....but you dont want to run your engine long with out it being on the hose flush kit....so have all your anti-freeze and hose or funnel or what ever your going to use ready to go b4 you start your engine and get those 2 gallons in AS QUICK AS POSSABLE ! and shut the engine down

    Then follow the rest of the steps @
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=38912

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    This makes it easy!
    You dont have to use 5 gallons though.
    Camco Anti-Freeze Winterizing Kit - 65501 - BoatersWorld.com

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