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  1. i'm not sure really. i happened to notice that they also sell adapters for different masks so I assumed those were needed after the fact, or in addition to the machine itself.
  2. I have 4 SoClean 2 cpap cleaning machines, all brand new in the box. Just the machines, no adapters for the cpap masks. The adapters run about $20 I think. Pricing on these average about $350. I'll sell these for $260 each. I'm in NH, but can ship them if need be for a few bucks. I can accept Paypal for electronic payment, or cash in person of course. Here's the link to the SoClean website for a description of the machine. https://www.soclean.com/product/soclean-2
  3. i did the lower unit oil and engine oil/filter in the kicker as well. i know what you mean by fingers crossed though, it's just one of those wait and see kind of things. i wish i had a nice big heated barn!
  4. had a buddy of mine who is a mercury certified marine tech (tech at a local marina) come over to help winterize my 5.0 mercruiser. he did option 3. used about a jug and a half of antifreeze. then we did the lower unit gear oil. he pinched off the hose from the reservoir so all the fluid in it stayed there, then drained and filled the lower unit. i'm new to the world of i/o's so this was a learning experience for me. next year i'll do it myself, easy.
  5. i assume you're referring to a throttle controller. call joel at itroll. he may not have your specific motor listed on the website, but he would know if another fit kit would fit it. super nice guy, and the itroll is the best unit out there.
  6. at today's exchange rate, his price is $456.38 us dollars.
  7. i've had a shelter logic for years. been through 3 replacement covers. the sun does the most damage, they rot and become very brittle. this last time, i had the guy who shrink wraps my boat shrink wrap it. been 2 years now and still in great shape. way tougher than the stock coverings. when this fails, i'll try to find some used metal roofing to cover it with.
  8. i haven't, but i sent mine to them 2 years ago and they rebuilt it for free. known problem for these units. call em and ask, they might fix it for you.
  9. ended up having to modify it a bit for it to work properly. had drill another set of mounting holes in the platform to space it out away from the transom enough for the ladder to rotate without touching the boat. not a huge deal, but something that should've been discovered during r&d in my opinion.
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