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Discover Boating's Spousal Conversion Kit

After receiving a tremendous amount of feedback from the "Persuade Your Spouse To Buy A Boat" news article, we thought that we would post it here as an article so that you can review it, link to it or print

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Winter Storage - General Power Package Preparation

Make sure that your power packages are properly prepared for the long winter storage. Shown below are a few simple steps to ensure your MasterCraft boat is well primed for the next boating season. Step 1:Lubricate the throttle and shift linkages

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Winter Storage - Fuel System

Storage or winter lay-up requires special preparation to preventdamage to your MasterCraft boat. Since winter storage is an annual event, itpresents an excellent opportunity to perform the annual maintenanceat this time. In this article, we will be discussing Fuel System

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Wake Surfing 101

Water lovers with ocean envy are getting hooked on wake surfiing and creating their own mini-waves with their MasterCraft boats. Here's the low-down on the basics:SPEED: Relatively slow - about 10 mph - to churn up big wakes without outrunning

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Boat Steering Rules

Any time two vessels on the water meet one another, one vessel has the right-of-way. It is called the stand-on vessel. The vessel that does not have the right-of-way is called the give-way or burdened vessel.These rules determine which vessel

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Check The Ballast Pump Impeller

This applies only to boats equipped with some type of ballast system. The number of ballast pumps varies from system to system. You may need guidance from your Dealer to locate any and all pumps.Step 1: Remove two of the

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Reading Buoys & Markers

The waters of the United States are marked for safe navigation by thelateral system of buoyage. The markers and buoys you will encounter have anarrangement of shapes, colors, numbers and lights to show which side of thebuoy a boater should

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Lubricate The Shift & Throttle System

Because this process should be completed while all moving components of the drive train are not in motion, we recommend you do this while the boat is out of the water.Step 1: Ensure the engine is OFF and disconnect the

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Temperature Gauge

The temperature gauge indicates the cooling water temperature inside the engine as measured in degrees Fahrenheit. The normal operating temperature will range from 140 degrees to 190 degrees. Engines with electronic fuel injection also have a control circuit inside the

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Oil Pressure Gauge

The engine oil pressure gauge indicates the pressure of the lubricating oil inside the engine. The average pressure ranges are between 6 pounds-per-square-inch (PSI) at 1000 RPM to 40 PSI or more at cruise-range speeds. A reading of pressure below

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