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  1. Scottintexas

    1.8L exhaust manifold dumping water.

    doing a little more research, here is the cooling water flow, this is for a 192 with a intercooler (I believe is #2) but other than that it should be the same for yours, I'm confused because you can see the water input at the bottom of the exhaust sleeve and it appears to take some water a...
  2. msavold

    Screwed up and found the sand bar.

    ...depth. It's done that before. Shutting the power off and resetting it always gets it to wake up. I2ll do that when we stop for dinner. (Mistake #2). I give my wife my iPad with the local chart on it but she has her distance contacts in and can't read it. Oh, well, there are boats upstream...
  3. WildCatFan54

    2019 242 Limited SE - Bimini Cover Question

    ...@BigAbe75) the ratchet is on the outside of passenger compartment ?? By bringing the rear port side strap in just above electrical connector (pic #2) it will allow for wraping the ratchet in its pouch and tucking inside the big flap. I know it all sounds confusing but will be obvious when you...
  4. Renod

    One picture of your last outing.

    You get a "Winner" for #1) getting your kids wake surfing/boarding BEFORE the age of 10 and #2) having a stand-up jetski!
  5. 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...
  6. JetBoatPenguin

    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...
  7. I_squared_r

    Show us your tow rigs!

    ...= 153+153+180 = 486lb Distances from the receiver: Board #1=17.4" Board #2=28.4" Ball= 38.8" Sum of the moments = M1(Board #1) + M2(Board #2) + M3(Ball) =(17.4"x153lb) + (28.4"x153lb) + (38.812x180lb) =13,991 in-lb No hitch extension and loaded to maximum rating of the receiver. I just...
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