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Old 12-14-2021, 10:19 AM   #21
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The factory retrofitted some filters in the intakes but it was really a band aid. If I recall, there was an attempt to mount a proper Delta-T water separator as well. Some engine rooms could get pretty rusty. Later boats had the intake moved up above the hull, you’ll see the stainless grates on those boats. It’s important to check the core around the earlier hull mounted intakes. Same situation with the Legacy 28 intakes. Gelcoat crazing/cracking can be a major issue on some of the Legacy’s (Earlier Sabre’s could have serious gelcoat problems also).
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