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  1. captainhook

    07 to 09 230 Series Shift Cable Replacement

    ...for various reasons (see below). Some more tips: 1. Where the cable goes through the hull on the outside, there is a rubber grommet (labeled #2) shown in the image below I stole from @bronze_10 that goes into the through-hull fitting (labeled #1) seals the hull a bit and keeps the cable...
  2. J

    What would you do to this Hull?

    ...- so I am thinking its been there for a while. Clearly demonstrating that just as we all know . . . #1) the Yamaha boats are great for beaching. #2) Keel Guard would have been helpful (other please use this picture as evidence you need to buy some things for the boat). The damage doesn't...
  3. I

    Show us your tow rigs!

    ...= 153+153+180 = 486lb Distances from the receiver: Board #1=17.4" Board #2=28.42 Ball= 38.8" Sum of the moments = M1(Board #1) + M2(Board #2) + M3(Ball) =(17.4"x153lb) + (28.4"x153lb) + (38.8"x180lb) =13,991 in-lb No hitch extension and loaded to maximum rating of the receiver. I just...
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