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Old 21 March 2013, 19:15   #1
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De-winterising

Had my 60hp 2-stroke mariner serviced and winterised at the end of the season. Any tips for starting up for the first time this season?
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That'll be a no then.....
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Might put it in the regular forum rather than the introduction forum.

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Doh! Cheers
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Start it up, make sure it's got plenty of water circulating & expect a little extra smoke as the oil burns off ! That's it.
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Simples! Thanks guys. Was planning to crank her up this weekend..but I'll maybe wait until it stops snowing and blowing a gale first...
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