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Old 11 December 2006, 20:22   #11
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i had the same issue with my C5 sib. as stoo said, the water was running up the leg and over the transom. i had to raise the motor another inch to solve the problem.
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Old 14 December 2006, 01:55   #12
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good to hear

Stoo: Good to hear you solved your problem; perhaps a raise will solve mine, too. I will definitely have someone else run my boat at 4K whilst I peak over the transom.... doing a hand stand. Life on the edge... Cod: I sure don't want to dink around w/ wedges, either. Hope the raise does it, but will keep the wedges in mind. Thanks to all, again. j
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Old 14 December 2006, 01:58   #13
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another success?

Columbia: Your reply just appeared; more FM. Good to hear another individual had success; beginning to think it might just work for me, too. Enjoy Oregon; hear it is a real nice place. j
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