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Old 01-07-2014, 06:44 PM
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I have the same experience. I live and boat on brackish water. The water will literally eat the trailer in a season. If you dunk your trailer in salt or brackish, you need to flush all of the trailer rails copiously with fresh water. As for the engine, if you use a flush kit, keep the engine box propped when not in use, and the metals coated with an anti-corrosive coating, you should be fine. The manifolds and risers will go a little quicker than freshwater usage, but they will go at some point regardless. Good luck.
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