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    Moved to salt water

    lsigillolsigillo USAMember Posts: 1
    Hi, I’ve got a hurricane SunDeck sport with a Mericruiser 4.3 I/O.  I love it.

    I just moved it from a lake to saltwater.  It is docked in the water at the lagoon near our home.  I had the bottom painted and anodes installed, but I’m not sure if I’ll need to flush it after each use.  I checked the motor and don’t see any obvious place to hook a hose to.

    Please help a saltwater nebbie.  Do I need to flush it out?  If so, how?  

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    • DonCampbellDonCampbell USAMember Posts: 3
      I would definitely flush it using muffs. Any boating supply store will have them. As a note, I always flush my motor even after fresh water runs.
      2018 Hurricane SD 191
      2018 Yamaha 115 FourStroke

      Karavan Trailer 
      Sanford, Florida
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