Posted 27 June 2012 - 03:40 AM
2011 2275 RCW, Merlot with palm carpet, 150 Mercury Optimax PRO XS, twin 32" elip tubes, sealed lifting strakes, underwater LED's, side lighting LED's, bimini top LED's, Custom interior LED's, Cupholder LED's, dual batteries, raised helm, Faux Teak rear decking, rough water package, fuel water separator, kicker speaker upgrade, 52" ski pylon, rear loungers, Garmin GPS with Blue Chart upgrade and tri-beam tube mount transducer, Front rub rail protectors, Underwater splash shield, SS rubrails, Stainless navigation and docking lights, 8 rod holders - 4 on rear railing and 2 on each Bimini leg
Posted 27 June 2012 - 04:36 AM
I'm guessing that you keep your boat in the water..............We trailer our boat so at the end of the day we just float it back on our trailer, towel off the entire boat including the pontoons and put it back in the marina storage yard.........
So how often do you guys clean your tubes? Every time we go out, we always stop at the sand bar and clean the tubes. Its a pain in the ass, but I don't notice much if any speed drop over the summer. We are in Saginaw bay and lake Huron. Water temps don't get real warm, so its not like the southern folks and salty guys that get barnacles and heavy fouling with slime and alge.
2004 Bennington 2275RL I/O Tritoon 4.3L V6 MPI 220 HP
Stainless Mirage Plus 17P 15" Diameter
Lake Norman, Mooresville, North Carolina
If you're Scared............say you're Scared!!!!!!!!
Posted 28 June 2012 - 03:45 AM
Yamaha Four Stroke 90
Posted 08 July 2012 - 10:20 PM
One of these days I'll anchor up in five feet of water and do a better job. I use the finest 3M pads.
The commercial guys used to be able pull a boat and pressure wash it at a ramp and put it back in. No more. I guess if one owns a trailer you could pull a clean at the ramp as long as the TWRS doesn't come around. Tennessee Water Resource Authority.
Posted 08 July 2012 - 10:45 PM
It's much easier every couple weeks, then every couple months when the scum gets real thick. Waters in mid 80's and scums growing fast now.
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2011 2275RLi * Regatta Blue with Java/Blue Accent Interior * Sand Palm Carpet * Elevated Helm * Electric Anchor * LED's in Bimini * Stainless Rub Rail *
Garmin 100 * Led mood lighting * Yamaha 20 hp * Miles of Smiles
Posted 20 July 2012 - 10:46 AM
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