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Fresh water wash down

RichardD Member Posts: 22 ✭✭
I have a new 205 SS sun deck. Has anyone installed a fresh water wash down like the factory does as an option? Dealer wants too much to do it. I need suggestions for pump size, tank size, transom mount spray hose and connection to built in sink. I did one and posted it on my old 226 fun deck about 6 years ago, now I figure maybe I can get some help and ideas.


  • bruce0429
    bruce0429 Member Posts: 1
    I have one that was installed factory in my SD240.  The water pump went out so we installed a new one.   The original install location was under the STBD rear corner.  Very hard to get to for a fat guy like me.  My boat has a cooler pocket on the STBD rear deck area.  I removed the panel and mounted the pump in there.  The whole thing would be easy to do yourself.  Hot wire and ground from battery to a switch in the dash to a pump in the hull with a hose penetrating the side gunwales.  Then make it clean with proper trim  
  • RichardD
    RichardD Member Posts: 22 ✭✭
    Thank you. I’ve decided to have the dealer install it before delivery.
  • RobertHan
    RobertHan Member Posts: 28
    I use this Marpac hose on my boat for my saltwater wash down. I replaced my exact same hose that I had which lasted over 5 years. I have this hose at my rear deck and I save some space because of its coil design. Therefore, it’s mostly favorable for those who have limited boat space. It has a non-kink design to spare you from any problem. Instead, you focus more on cleaning or washing off the dirt