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eltesoro 06-24-2006 9:46 AM

How many ours is typical for boat? When do you expect to start have MAJOR trouble?

committed 06-24-2006 11:05 AM

I think you mean "hours" correct? I don't think there's a typical-per se. I see boats for sale, from wanna-be-landlocked-owners with less than 100 hours on them over several years. I can put 100 hours on mine in a matter of months. It depends on your location to the water and your willingness to buy fuel these days. 2nd part of the question, is "never." Regular-routine maint schedule, doing the little things, and I expect to put 1000s on that 350. Wishful thinking is the other half of the battle.... Good luck.

thug_hunter 06-24-2006 11:15 AM

This site is for our benefit. <BR>This boat is ours. <BR>This house is ours. <BR>This truck is ours. <BR>This computer is ours. <BR>This didn't even take an hour to type and I had no major problems thinking of it all by myself.

eltesoro 06-24-2006 11:45 AM

Yep, that is suppose to be hours.

committed 06-24-2006 11:58 AM

And it's puff, puff, pass, RB. Thanks

committed 06-24-2006 12:00 PM

Puff, puff, pass RobertB. Thanks.

elo 06-24-2006 2:57 PM

chris got it right, just take good care of it and you wont have major problems, my friends prostar haad 1400 hours and they never had major problems, they just rebuilt it for fun, yes for fun

nbeihl 06-24-2006 6:47 PM

I put 1800 on mine and I have only changed the starter and alternator along with other scheduled maintnance. I can count on that boat every time to start and I am not forcasting any problmes in the future.

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