How do you maintain a wakeboard boat?
Engine Maintenance – it’s pretty simple really. Always make sure your motor has plenty of oil and have the oil and filter changed every 50 hours or 120 days of use, whichever comes first. If you don’t use your boat for 50 hours a season, I’d recommend making sure you have the oil changed every year at least.
What do you use to clean a wakeboard?
The best method of cleaning is by regular washing of the coating using a solution of warm water and mild detergent.
Do you have to wax a wakeboard?
While it’s not necessarily bad for your board, there is absolutely no need to wax it. Modern wakeboards have a lot of research and development put into the materials they are made of. … There is no need to wax a wakeboard.
Why should a boat’s gas tank never be completely filled?
It’s important to never fill the tank of your boat beyond 90% full. This leaves room for gas to expand and avoids the potential for overflow. Ensure that all air vents and valves to the gas tank are open.
How often should you run boat engine?
A few hours every week keeps the motor in better shape than using it two or three full days every month. The more often it gets used, the better it will run, just like any vehicle. If it’s left sitting idle at the marina or in a garage for the majority of the time, parts tend to go bad faster.
How do you clean wakeboard boots?
WAKEBOARDS. Cleaning & Storage: Clean with fresh water and leave out of cover to dry in a shaded place. Do not put any protective coatings (eg: polishes or armor-all) on binding rubbers or bottom of board leave as purchased. If storing in a cover make sure board & boots have been dried out in the shade first.
If you are not using your wakeboard in water parks or on cables to hit obstacles, then waxing the bottom isn’t necessary. Some riders aren’t just waxing the bottom of the board. Applying wax to the top can help prevent the graphics fading or discolouring from the sun.