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    He's right, do not waste your time with these.

    He's right, do not waste your time with these.
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    For the oil drain, most boats usually have a...

    For the oil drain, most boats usually have a "remote" drain line that will go from a low point in the pan, basically where the plug would be and then have a section of line that runs long enough to...
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    That is more to keep the transom down as most...

    That is more to keep the transom down as most Comps do not have transom tie downs like other boats and trailers.
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    If you get it, first thing to do is ditch that...

    If you get it, first thing to do is ditch that stainless steel prop and get a proper CNC brass one on there instead.
  5. This advice brought to you by the law offices of...

    This advice brought to you by the law offices of Mischief IV, MJHKnox and Associates.
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    Thanks, I nearly spit out my drink reading that.

    Thanks, I nearly spit out my drink reading that.
  7. Well this escalated quickly.

    Well this escalated quickly.
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    I replaced the rudder on my Comp beginning of the...

    I replaced the rudder on my Comp beginning of the season as the seals were toast and you cannot get parts for it anymore. Ordered this and have had zero issues since install....
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    Wish I could say that this is a shock to me but...

    Wish I could say that this is a shock to me but alas, these older boats are getting harder to get parts for. I will stop in at my dealer tomorrow and see if they can reference the part for you.
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    Iíll save you the math, the two of you are about...

    Iíll save you the math, the two of you are about 8-9 hours driving one way between you depending on where in southeast Michigan you are.
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    What year Comp? I was able to get an all...

    What year Comp? I was able to get an all composite/plastic drivers seat shell from Skiers Choice, ordered through my local Supra dealer about 5 years ago. I had it covered and everything and the best...
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    Honestly, the engine (aside from needing a...

    Honestly, the engine (aside from needing a rebuild) is fine, the prop is where you get the boat truly setup and dialed in for your application with your power available. Plus a prop is usually in the...
  13. Thread: 99 Legacy

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    No real manual to speak of, there are engine...

    No real manual to speak of, there are engine manufacturer manuals out there though. Best bets are to drain the gas because it is most certainly bad. Check hoses for condition especially the fuel...
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    Should work as the difference between the Saltare...

    Should work as the difference between the Saltare and the Pirata was the top cap I believe.
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    Put me down for a shirt too!

    Put me down for a shirt too!
  16. Does the rudder have any trim tabs on the...

    Does the rudder have any trim tabs on the trailing edge of the rudder? I know that is a thing on some boats and might be worth checking out.
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    More information would probably be helpful here...

    More information would probably be helpful here such information like year, engine and fuel delivery method.
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    They were round as I recall on mine with three...

    They were round as I recall on mine with three screw holes I thought.
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    The “new” pass through pitot pickups mount in two...

    The “new” pass through pitot pickups mount in two of the three holes from the old style, I have been running the newer style with just those two screws without issue for over six years now. If you...
  20. Most likely plywood, if you are pre-composite...

    Most likely plywood, if you are pre-composite stringers which is '91 then definitely plywood.
  21. Above the tank there should be an access panel to...

    Above the tank there should be an access panel to remove that pump from the tank, have you looked there?
  22. Thread: Trailer bunks

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    I would personally stick with the carpet. If you...

    I would personally stick with the carpet. If you get the bunks wet enough and the trailer at the proper depth/angle you should not have any issues with loading or unloading the boat. You mention you...
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    I have a 160 degree thermostat on my boat as well...

    I have a 160 degree thermostat on my boat as well and running it on the hose I never see anything above 140 and on the water I see 150-160 usually in the heat of summer.

    You are good.
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    You are going to want to do some modifications to...

    You are going to want to do some modifications to that lift as the skegs, strut, prop shaft, prop and possibly rudder will all interfere with that lift as it is currently configured in your picture....
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    Since when? I was able to get a brand new one...

    Since when? I was able to get a brand new one from Skiers Choice a few years back when I did my restoration. Anyway, I did not drill a hole in the pan and just use it as a tray to trap what little...
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