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Old 02-22-2003, 06:37 PM   #1
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Modified Blow-Out Plug

345 Owners eat your heart out!

I no longer have to beg family members to assist me in blowing out the lines before a cold night! I made a blow-out plug that attaches to my air compressor line! Now I can open up a faucet, connect the air hose, and go inside! I will just need to make sure one faucet is always open to prevent damage to the plumbing!

(The untold story is that I owned my 345 for 8 months before Brett informed me at Mystic Springs that I even had a compressor jack! Now I know why the air lines were in the storage bin!)
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Old 02-25-2003, 12:22 PM   #2
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NICE JOB.

Isn't it nice to do something creative, and it actually works???

Now no one will tell you to blow it out your...well you know what I mean.
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