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Posted: August 21 2007 at 18:32 | IP Logged Quote Furman1

As all of you probally know the gauge for the water tank is meaningless. It uses a float on a lever arm to gauge the level of the water and since the tank is only 14 or so inches high and on a slant makes it worse.

I talked with Pete about sharing with you about a new product that I have a patent pending on. I've had it on my boat about 6 months and have sold quite a few locally.  I am also in talks with several boat manufactures and thought I would share it with you now that the website is up and running.  Of course I would like to sell to you, but more than that I am interested in your feed back.  My personal email is furmancombes@comcast.net  or discuss it through this site. The website is www.watercounter.com 

Thanks for your comments,



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