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Old 11-19-2013, 06:33 PM
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Originally Posted by h2oskifreak View Post
Finished my wax job. Two coats on the hull and I think I my top speed will increase by 2-4 mph as I have such a shine in place the water won't actually touch the hull,lol. Seriously, I do not plan to pull my prop before storage and some say to "grease the stainless shaft". I have not done this in years past but what would I use and how thick?
The saying "any grease is better than no grease" comes to mind here. Just a thin layer will do as anything more gets squeezed out or otherwise goes away over time. You should be using some grease on your trailer ball hitch (maybe you don't trailer); just use that. If you don't have any, I'd buy a small can of marine grease.
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