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jagibbs3

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Time to start thinking about winterizing... after the fall striper season of course.
Anyone found or using an internet source for oil and filters.
I have twin Yamaha 4-stroke 115's and as all are aware, oil per qt is indeed like black gold these days.
Thanks
 

Megabyte

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I've been buying my spark plugs, lower unit oil, and fuel/water separator filters from Andy at Shipyard Island Marine.
http://www.shipyardisland.com/YamahaPartsOrder.htm

Other items such as waterproof grease and fogging oil I get locally at West Marine.

2-stroke oil I buy online by the case in the spring at: http://oil-store.com/
(I run Penzoil full synthetic)

For other marine items, I generally check BOE Marine before looking elsewhere.
They have the best prices and customer service in the industry.
http://www.byownerelectronics.com/store/home.php

Hope that helps!
 

Fishinfireman

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Warthog, winterizing is when you throw a sweatshirt in the cabin in case it gets a little cool on the run out. Don't you know nuthin?
 

Porkchunker

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I feel for the guys up north. In the mid-Atlantic most years I can splash in March and fish until the end of December. I'm only out of action for 2-1/2 or 3 months.
 

Principal Reeler

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SWEATSHIRT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :shock:

Hell, in the Summer we go barechested up in our neck of the north...
in the Winter we sigh :roll: in frustration and put on a undershirt :wink: 8) :lol:

Mac
 

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