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malibuboats4

a few questions.....

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malibuboats4

what is the maximum load that i can put on our teak platform in the back? is it different with the fiberglass and wood?

also, since everyone has a problem with water syphoning in and out of the tanks, what would happen if when you want them full, you just leave the pump on fill? wouldnt it only just keep going out the overflow valve? would this tire out the motor quickly? and same with when you dont want them full, why not keep them on drain? ha, or is this just a bad idea because it would burn out the motor in the pump, causing me to pour more money into the love of mine and buying a new one?

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Marmonick

you dont want to run those pumps dry. I usually keep mine on until it stops pouring out. It doesnt always get it out but every couple weeks the boat comes out of the water and gets completely drained. thats what works for me!

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