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  1. I don't burn thru my gas very fast, so when I store it I add stabilizer and have never had any problems. I feel it is a small price to pay for piece of mind. But like everything else, everyone has their own opinion. Do what makes you feel comfortable and don't look back.
  2. I took off the factory black rubber swim pad on my 2008 Sunesta 244 and replaced with SeaSek in Mica color faux teak. Much cooler, more comfortable and no more annoying black marks all over boat from the OEM pad.
  3. I used to have the 1992 version of that boat. Check the drain at the corner of the sliding cabin door step down. I believe the hose runs along the aft cabin ceiling right next to the wall in a little boxed out section. My drain used to clog due to the small diameter and I was always cleaning it out.
  4. There are way too many people that get a boat and have absolutely ZERO training or education on the rules of boating. No excuses for not taking training when you think of the damage a non educated boater can do. I have seen far too many idiots out piloting boats.
  5. Welcome and safe boating!
  6. If they were working before engine work and not after, I would look for loose wire in engine bay. I have had a few items suddenly not work after engine work and they have always been a disconnected wire caused by the mechanic.
  7. Also, since this is in South Jersey, ask where it was during Sandy. I live in South Jersey and a lot of boats got damaged by Sandy and sold.
  8. I had the same OE black mat on my boat. Horrible!!!! Black footprints as well as staining your hands if you touched it. Took it off and replaced with SeaDek. Problem solved and cleaner boat!!
  9. Sounds about right in my area.
  10. Welcome! A lot of great info and advice here.
  11. Did you put all the plug wires back in proper order?
  12. With that many hours and being a rental boat, I would pass. People tend to beat the #$^% out of rentals and you don't know what else will go.
  13. Save the cash and get the V8. Only 3 hrs difference.
  14. Welcome to you both! It is a great forum with a lot of knowledgeable people. Don't be afraid to ask questions!
  15. If you can afford the bigger one and both are in approx same condition, go larger to avoid 2-footitis.