{Stus-List} Yanmar YSB12 Air Induction Tube

Steve Thomas sthoma20 at sympatico.ca
Sun Jun 14 21:42:02 EDT 2009

Never thought of raising it. There isn't any rule that says the sink has to
be level with the counter top.  The tap is under the bridge deck, but there
is a bit of room for sure. Thanks for the idea.


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Can you raise the sink?  That is, cut a piece of StarBoard that is a bit
wider than the new sink's rim all around with a nice round, routed edge.
Put that under the rim of the new sink.  You could make the piece longer in
the back to mount the faucet on.

Dennis C.
Touche' 35-1 #83
Mandeville, LA

From: Steve Thomas <sthoma20 at sympatico.ca>
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Sent: Sunday, June 14, 2009 10:15:45 AM
Subject: {Stus-List} Yanmar YSB12 Air Induction Tube

 I would like to replace the sink in my 1978 C&C 27 with one that is deeper,
but the semi-circular air induction tube on the engine is in the way. Does
anyone know if this tube is has a critical length, or have you seen one of
these style of engines in use with any other sort of air induction tube?
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