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Old 09-17-2010, 12:24 PM
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Boat: Masercraft, Prostar 190, 1993, 5.8L
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To antifreeze or not??

This is my first winter with the boat and I am just wondering if I should go by the manual and just drain everything the best I can and leave loose, or to button back up and pour in the RV antifreeze. I am in N. GA and the boat will be in the garage all winter and temps may get below freezing in there - but not many times I hope. I tend to be a more "better safe than sorry" type of person - but just wanted some opinions. I know they will range, lol. Also, I have the 351 HO with the gt-40 heads and the powerslot tranny. Love this combo. Also - is it entirely necessasary to pull the prop or should I just leave on. Thanks in advance!

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