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Old 02-01-2015, 08:51 PM   #11
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My definition of brutal is a grind of 5-6 months of 95 degree weather with 90-100% humidity and a regular afternoon rain storm leaving the asphalt steaming. Mix in an occasional hurricane for a break in monotony. But I hear you about the oven mitts, you soon learn about contact heat after the first time you sit on summertime plastic seats wearing shorts.
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Old 02-01-2015, 09:43 PM   #12
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... snip ...you soon learn about contact heat after the first time you sit on summertime plastic seats wearing shorts.
Boy howdy! Talk about your hot cross buns!
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Those low-point drains aren't just for winterizing; The are for sanitizing your FW tank(s) and water lines, as well. It is essential for you to do that before your first outing. In fact, you should sanitize the water system a couple of times each year. In that Florida heat, bacteria can grow pretty rapidly in the FW system!
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