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Old 04-03-2018, 04:38 PM
curver900 curver900 is offline
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Originally Posted by Ski-me View Post
couple of steps missing..
1. get a chainsaw
2. go to lake
3. cut out large pieces of ice to allow for water access
4. launch boat
4.5 put rope on chain saw
5. put able body at bow with chainsaw cutting out ice ...
6. drive it like you stole it...

oh sorry that is just for anyone north of say IL.... the rest of you carry on...
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Old 04-03-2018, 04:59 PM
jharmon203 jharmon203 is offline
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Make sure all of your boat plugs are in so it doesn't sink and tie it off to the dock to start it up. Make sure the kill switch is on there (this has slipped my mind in the past) or the boat will just seem like it's had a really hard winter and wont start.

If you haven't replaced your impeller in years, just do it as soon as you can. It's a $30 replacement and doesn't take too much time.
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