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For Sale: SeaLand Vacuflush system x 2 /$250 each

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54' Bruce Roberts steel sailboat hull, coastal LRC, 220HP CAT 3306.
Completely functional, disinfected, cleaned systems. Each includes; bowl, fittings, pump, tank, mounting. Duck valves could be replaced, but they work. The tanks need pressure washing. (Our marina does not allow pressure wash at the docks.)
If you buy both systems, I'll include a small bowl, which was connected together to one system with a larger bowl.
I also have a small sink with fittings, gratis.
Each system is $250/OBO.

Local pickup preferred. Or, if you willing to pay for shipping, I will figure it out how to do that.

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Completely functional, disinfected, cleaned systems. Each includes; bowl, fittings, pump, tank, mounting. Duck valves could be replaced, but they work. The tanks need pressure washing. (Our marina does not allow pressure wash at the docks.)
If you buy both systems, I'll include a small bowl, which was connected together to one system with a larger bowl.
I also have a small sink with fittings, gratis.
Each system is $250/OBO.

Local pickup preferred. Or, if you willing to pay for shipping, I will figure it out how to do that.

See p
I'm in Los Angeles. How much is just one of the pumps?
 
Completely functional, disinfected, cleaned systems. Each includes; bowl, fittings, pump, tank, mounting. Duck valves could be replaced, but they work. The tanks need pressure washing. (Our marina does not allow pressure wash at the docks.)
If you buy both systems, I'll include a small bowl, which was connected together to one system with a larger bowl.
I also have a small sink with fittings, gratis.
Each system is $250/OBO.

Local pickup preferred. Or, if you willing to pay for shipping, I will figure it out how to do that.

See photos.
Greetings, I am also in WA and the boat I just bought is one head down, so this could be perfect. I would like to PM you and go over it if that's alright with you. Because I'm not sure what is already here, I don't want to buy something that doesn't work with what I already have, that's all! Cheers.
 
Greetings, I am also in WA and the boat I just bought is one head down, so this could be perfect. I would like to PM you and go over it if that's alright with you. Because I'm not sure what is already here, I don't want to buy something that doesn't work with what I already have, that's all! Cheers.
Sure, send me PM.
 
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Okay here you go. This is the setup I have right now, it looks like all I'm missing is the bowl and the pump. Do you think your setup will work with this? Lectra/san box?
 
That wasn’t a pm, it’s in the regular section.
To answer your question, yes, a vacuflush can work with a lectra-san. It makes for a two button (so to speak) flush though. You need to push the button to start the lectra-san, then stomp the pedal on the toilet.
Thinking about it though, you might be able to use the vacuum generator pressure switch or motor to start the lectra-san. If you call raritan they are happy to guide you on hook up instructions.
 
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Okay, roger that. So the system has a few more moving parts than I initially observed, and I'll need to get to know whatever parts are still there in the aft and fore heads. I guess I can't quite jump on this right away, although I appreciate all the guidance from everyone.
 
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