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    leave the skii on th water overnight question

    is it ok to leave the skii on the beach overnight? im planning for a overnight stay on the island..


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    When you say beach do you mean like an island in a river or lake side? Or do you mean like ocean beach?

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    Quote Originally Posted by andy95'slx780 View Post
    is it ok to leave the ski on the beach overnight? im planning for a overnight stay on the island..
    I suppose it mostly depends on how protected the hull will be from waves and beach sand grinding on the hull.

    As long as the hull is in a stable position and is not abused by water/waves, it should be fine.

    Is your battery young and reliable?

    Will you be riding with others, in case there is a problem?

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    Got tide?

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    when we go on vacation we leave them in the water for a week and i know guys who leave them in all summer as long as you have no leaks it's no problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by 785 lugs View Post
    when we go on vacation we leave them in the water for a week and i know guys who leave them in all summer as long as you have no leaks it's no problem
    We go to Northern Wisconsin for a week and leave them just off the beach anchored into the ground. they float in about a foot of water. No issues with scratches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plrs X45 View Post
    We go to Northern Wisconsin for a week and leave them just off the beach anchored into the ground. they float in about a foot of water. No issues with scratches.

    i mean ocean beach... no flushing of the engine overnight

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    Quote Originally Posted by andy95'slx780 View Post
    I mean ocean beach... no flushing of the engine overnight
    Should be fine.

    I presume your cooling system has been checked over, and has no known or suspected problems.

    A few days without fresh water flushing is not going to make a big difference to the internal corrosion of the engine cooling system. Just flush it well when you get back home.

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    thanx =) K447, i have a bendix question?
    is a brand new replacement bendix good to use? or better the oem good used one?

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    I would bury a 15lb anchor in the sand 2 feet deep. tides could wash your ski away while your sleeping..

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