When I put my boat in the lift not a trailer, the flush out hose is set so far back you have to lay on the back of the boat or crawl down into the back toon to get to the flush out hose. It’s only on The Yamaha. And yes we have to flush out everytime we go out salt water is our enemy..
I just place it down in th the hole whi.e underway as soon as i get back i lay it out like you see. After cleaning boat i get of walk to finger pier and flush no more trying to unscrew the flush out...I had to physically sit down and tilt motor no more
So I am one year into ownership of the Yamaha 150. Not sure if everyone has the same issue as me getting the flush out from the motor once you put your boat in the lift...I figured there had to be a easier way than having to sit on the back and tilt motor forward...This is what I came up...
I just pulled the cover off of the Bimini top. As you can see in the pictures both side of the bimini were sliced. After putting the top back down the top back down I noticed that the nds of the frame were very sharp, enough to cut my finger. There is definitely a problem and I happen someone...
Why the Power Pole.....Because where I live in Florida we pull up on the beach and use the power pole instead of having to pull out a anchor. It makes it easier pulling up on the beach and backing off..
Has anyone added a Power pole to their 23ft. Am I just being lazy but we are always up on the beach with ours and I have to put a front anchor out on the beach. If the power pole is put on will this eliminate the beach anchor
Sometimes muffs wont give a good enough seal to pump up water.. squeeze muffs with hand and see if water will come out. I have also had to put a broom piece of straw in the little hole to get salt or dirt out..