Does anybody else pull the fuel going to the motor at the end of the day? I heard this will help with gummy residue fouling up the carb?
Raincatcher said:Draining the fuel sounds like a good idea,I'll try it. But, Hawk, I would be afraid of what the ranger would do and say if I was caught dumping it in the water. Would the fuel in the water pollute the water? Or would it dissipate/evaporate within a few minutes? Please educate me,I have another use in mind for that coffee can...
Raincatcher said::redface:Oh boy...I really need to drink more coffee before I start reading this forum! :doh: I can only guess that I missed a few key words...duh. :doh::doh: Sorry for even beginning to doubt you guys, I really am embarrassed. :redface::redface::redface::redface:
Wilsonriverfisher said:Does anybody else pull the fuel going to the motor at the end of the day? I heard this will help with gummy residue fouling up the carb?
jeffg said:I have a new 150hp 4stroke Merc. Verado and a 9.9 4stroke Merc. kicker. I am told by the manufacture to yes run the gas out of the kicker after use when the boat might sit for awhile. However, to not run the 150hp Merc. of gas after use at any time. I do add Stabil to every fill-up.
definitely. You may think you are saving $$$ buy using the cheap stuff but you will spend more in the long run by changing fouled plugs!cchinook said:You can also reduce your oil amount by using a high quality mixing oil , do not use the cheap stuff.