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    Quote Originally Posted by nmpeter View Post
    ... make sure there are [NO] snack items in the storage areas ...

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    Yes, you can. The fogging port
    I feel like a complete dummy. I can't find the port in the owner's manual and I have never noticed it. Can you tell me where it is?

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    I don't think the newer ones have the nice port.

    Also use the pink stuff for anti freeze. Remember, pink on the inside is always good.

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    This is how I run a jetski shop in the desert nmpeter's Avatar
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    you want to use RV antifreeze on a PWC

    Quick side story about Ethylene glycol a.k.a. automotive antifreeze

    Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico is over 800 feet underground

    Pools of water collects stalagmites form its a geological wonder

    During a tour a few years ago the guide mentioned that we were standing directly below the original parking lot for the Facility

    He said if he tested that crystal clear looking water at our feet there are detectable traces of automotive antifreeze that seeped down over the years before the parking lot was actually paved and drainage installed

    Spilling antifreeze on the ground is a sure way to taint youre well or your neighbors well or the entire neighborhoods well!

    RV antifreeze is not only cheaper but more environmentally sound

    And as a bonus neighborhood pets wont drink the sweet smelling automotive antifreeze spilled and die of kidney failure

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmpeter View Post
    you want to use RV antifreeze on a PWC
    Always have because it's so cheap it's almost free.


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