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Old    Nate (mammoth)      Join Date: Apr 2005       09-25-2007, 7:33 AM Reply   
This is the first winter than I'm planning on keeping my boat in it's slip in the Delta.

What kind of winterizing are people doing? I don't expect it to be big issue, I can drop a light or blanket in if we get a long cold snap. I understand that it takes a few days of consistently freezing temps to really cause a problem.

My bigger concert is the heater. I've heard some nightmares of the heat exchangers freezing and cracking and being a nightmare. Is this real or am I getting rumors blown out of proportion? If there a good way to insure this doesn't happen in a system that I don't want to fully winterize?
Old    Face Planter (mastercraft1995)      Join Date: Nov 2002       09-25-2007, 7:47 AM Reply   
Could you put a blanket over it? You might be able to put a quick disconnect where it comes in from the motor. So when you get back just disconnect it and it will drain.

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