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34 comments

  1. Hey AC Crew! As always, thanks for watching and supporting our adventure. To see us in real-time and get a sneak peek of the big news we have coming up – follow us on Instagram. We'll be posting stories daily the next few weeks while we're (somewhat) off the grid 🙂 @AbandonComfort

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  2. I like your dads attitude – old sailors get shit done! You put the deck drains below the waterline so that when a wave hits the side of your boat you don't get a shot of water in your face from the deck drain. If it aint broke – don't fuck with it.

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  3. Hey guys, great video. I made a film about being aboard a boat for 2 months and sailing 4000 miles. Maybe it's something you can relate to

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  4. Yeah, don't use those types of oil filter wrenches or sockets. I change oil for a living; you'll need something like this: https://www.amazon.com/Lisle-63600-Oil-Filter-Tool/dp/B0002SR4Q8

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  5. I hope nature does you well, get the spoiled off and become relaxt. Peace!

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  6. It's pretty cool that you are trying to fish.

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  7. Good god, it's an old filter. You're going to throw it away and put a new one on. Stab straight through it with a screw driver and turn it off.

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  8. How did I get to this from Kim Mitchell live

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  9. The marina in san leandro??

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  10. What do your parents do for a living to support your lifestyle?

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  11. Sound balance better please. Especially around 14:08.

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  12. Deck drain below the water line. That's just wacky to me. Any holes below the water line. Yikes! The whole venturi effect… yeah so what. Ill stick with the gravity effect and no holes to worry about.

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  13. 100%

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  14. It's a young Andy Gibb – with like…a 600 dollar hair cut.

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  15. Those books are packed tight! Do you lift the shelf to get at them?

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  16. By the way your girlfriend sounds like the coolest partner to sail with.. Hopefully when I get everything in order and set sail in 2020 I'll have someone like her to live the dream with!

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  17. Don't bother moving that below water line its not leaking nor will it leak.. if it makes you feel better glob some silicone around it. If you mess with it the boat has to come out of water, its a big deal to patch that up and its also more reliable the way it is now believe it or not. I don't like small hull patches like that on big boats, especially sail boats.

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  18. oh no! she spilled red wine on the teak ? sell the boat.

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  19. In the future for stuck filters, hammer a screw driver physically INTO the filer. That should give you enough leverage to get a good turn on it.

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  20. Any hole below waterline is trouble just waiting to happen, and If It's going to happen, it's going to happen out there. Sorry about that I just love the Captain Ron movie

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  21. girl in the thumbnail is so fucking hot

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  22. I removed all eight thru hulls on my boat and ran upsized scuppers  (2) back through the transom ABL.Works better as far as I am concerned and I don't worry about holes BWL anymore.

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  23. Hot girl= views . Basic math

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  24. old sailors get shit done. haha love it.

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    Features posting questions, answers, and voting!
    Check it out:
    https://www.sailingquestions.com

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  26. Next time punch a flat head thru entire filter and use screw driver as handle.

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  27. this might be the most beautiful woman i've ever seen xD

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  28. dude what happened to your knee? looked like a pretty bad scar. cheers…

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  29. It may sound obvious, but did you release the pressure on the fuel line before you tried to remove the fuel filter?

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  30. have you ever thought about selling bandana, I'm not really a hat person but would wear a bandana, and alot of bandana I've look at are the old style or silly, so there might be a market for it you never know.

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  31. The $8.00 a month they make on these videos should definitely cover their costs. Delusions has not limits.

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  32. I second the suggestion someone else made: Using a screw driver and hammer to punch a hole in the filter (bottom of filter) everytime you change it! Enables you to pre-drain the filter and means no mess.

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  33. That's the extremely difficult way to remove a stuck filter. Next time buy a screw lag or large nail/spike or even use a screw driver and hammer. Just ram it / drill thru the filter horizontally, grab each side and spine. I've had filters that literally twisted in half (after some other idiot putt it on too tight) and tried the nail method and it came off easily. If it still doesn't, it will twist / break into lots of pieces and you can pull stuff out by hand at that point with pliers etc.

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  34. Hey
    The best filter tool I have tried, is a square pipe with a seat belt loop on it.
    Very easy DIY.
    Old seat belt and a square 1/2 inch pipe.
    1/2 inch, is so that a socket wrench fits in it.
    https://www.amazon.com/Performance-Tool-W173C-Multi-Purpose-Filter/dp/B000N35K86

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