Waterfun

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    Dorchester, Ontario
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    Boating, Photography, Business, Politics

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  1. Not sure where this claim comes from but I'm glad you chimed in on this one, Wingnut.
  2. Changing oil isn't a gimic, it's probably the single most important thing you can do.
  3. If you have a Merc 3 point drain system, is it still necessary to remove fuel pump cooler lines and such? Or does that just do the block and manifolds?
  4. I have a feeling they'll be back this year.
  5. Any idea how long it will take to break even?
  6. There are many things that I can't stand spending money on, but I never think twice about spending money on the boat for repairs, maintenance, etc. I like my boat and the times we have on her. I must be a true boater like Brick said. I also have a son in university. He had a job this summer, never missed a day and made 15K before tax. He is paying for his food, incidentals and books and rent. Makes you proud.
  7. The only placement for the switch is to the right of the steering wheel.
  8. Thanks Eric.
  9. Right on again Shepherd 1
  10. Yes, that would be perfect but unfortunately you are correct in saying that my configuration is the first picture. The only reason I wanted hydraulic is because I thought they were more robust and last longer than electric. I was quoted $1349.00 for the ST12 kit. Seems unreasonable.
  11. Tom, I have a '07 236ssx, so I'm assuming I would need the same tabs as mentioned above. However, I was hoping to install hydraulic tabs. Do you have a part number for that set up. I'm having difficulty getting the correct tabs quoted to me in my area. Thanks, Steve
  12. Eric, where did you mount the tab control/switch on your 236?
  13. I've seen people towing their kids on the river, through the channel markers and out into Lake Huron, with all kinds of traffic going in & out!! Why would you put your kids at risk like that? You're not weird Ingalp01, they are stupid.
  14. I just had a custom ratchet cover made this spring. I really didn't know what was meant by a ratchet cover when it was suggested to me. I just said go with what you think is best. Well, I'm glad it was suggested. I tow my boat with the cover on and haven't had any issues. It's very snug & secure. Just make sure that it is well padded with extra material behind the ratchet.