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    On its side

    To work on the bottom of the hull, can I turn it over on it's left side without doing any damage to the motor?


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    Yes, that should be fine

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    Drain the oil and fuel tanks as best you can, so that the tanks don't leak into the hull.

    And run the engine for a few seconds, and burp the throttle to push excess water out of the waterbox.

    Turn the fuel selector off, and run the carbs dry.

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    Very well. Thank you guys! Im going to patch this.
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    OUCH!!! Bandaid?

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