I have seen this scenario before as well. I agree with you guys, that off should be EVERYTHING OFF, including engine. But we all know some mechanics can be a stubborn breed.
Anxious to hear a valid reason for that scenario.
I wouldn't be without it.
Word of advice...Keep a 5/32" allen wrench on the pontoon. In the event of component failure, simply removing 8 button head bolts and unplugging anchor light power allows entire bimini to slide right off.
We have noticed significantly more winds/storms for being this early in the season. Seen several lifts and a few pontoons already lost.
That crap usually doesn't start until July in these parts.
Just wondering if others are seeing the same in their areas?
I asked one of my insurance agents if...