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Old 12-18-2010, 01:14 PM   #81
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RE: Replacing the Holding Tank Starting Tomorrow-Wish Me luck!

We just removed the entire 3 head Galleymaid (sea water)head system from a 1989 72' Hatteras and replaced all the lines and new system with HeadHunter fresh water pressurized system with great results. No stinky sea water, and puts less water in the holding tank then the old Galleymaid system. If you look on www.headhunter.com* we have been pleased with the equpment. Requires a pretty big pressure pump but it can double as your freshwater pump for the rest of the boat as well.......
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Old 12-19-2010, 06:10 AM   #82
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List the Galley Maid , some folks prefer them for their longevity.
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Old 12-19-2010, 08:37 AM   #83
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If you have a long up and down run be sure to ask about the head pushing power.* Our front head is 40 ft from the tank and up and down.* Not many toilets have the power to push the stuff that far.* Also the cutting power so when a dirt person puts something down the toilet there is a good change it will not clog the toilet.* Some toilets require a gravity feed like dirt homes and RV.* If you maintain the toilet even the cheap ones will last as long as the expensive ones.*

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