Conduit to the Other Side.....P.2

Published date: June 12, 2013
  • Boat Type: Boat Type

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The first photo shows where the conduits terminate under the sink, after passing through the ledge at the back of the porta-potti

The second photo shows the conduit installed up\down in the head with two 90 degree junction boxes installed.

The last photo shows the conduit coming from the upper junction box in the head and into the flotation compartment above the sink.
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For the how to please see part 1

http://www.macgregorsailors.com/modt/index.php?view=1885

Note: Many people remove the foam in the upper box over the galley and place it in gaps under the sink. This may not be a good idea due to moving flotation forces to the lower half of the boat.

As home made boats with foam in the floor only, float upside down when flooded.

JMHO

Martin

flotation foam

Published by: martyr


Model Year: 1994

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