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Old     (chilidog)      Join Date: Dec 2007       01-04-2008, 10:44 AM Reply   
I live by the delta, rarely do the temps get down to freezing, but as a new boat owner I am a little nervous about the ten or so days we will get below freezing in the nightime/early morning hours.

I am into the sta-bil and a full gas tank for sure, but with my dads old boat which we kept outdoors in san jose for years thats all we ever did and it was cool.

So does anyone have thoughts on the necessity of fogging the intake, draining all the water or sucking up some antifreeze in our generally mild climate? Also i am going to be a year round boater and will probably go out a few times during the spring and winter months

Thanks and I'm sure this has been gone over beofre but i am not good at searching (no patience), like I said before I am new and nieve!!!

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