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   Fishing Boats, Motors, Trailering, Q & A or Discussion

Posted by duckhunter4hire
9/7/2019 8:02 PM
I have a 91 Stratos with a 200 on it. Boat is near as new of a 28 year old boat as is out there. I have had the vro replaced once, and think it's out again. Will idle but loads up and dies trying to get on pad. I like not having to measure and add oil since the fuel fillers are in my opinion are more than hard to get oil in to tanks and then having to figure out how much fuel and oil I'm adding. BUTTT all that said what is yall's opinion on this??? Thanks in advance.
Posted by bummer
9/8/2019 2:49 PM
If it's as nice a boat as you describe, I would fix it.
Posted by VolsFan24
9/8/2019 4:53 PM
I mixed my gas and oil on 1 boat and had oil tank on other 3. I 100% prefer the oil tank over mixing gas. Yes it is another thing that can fail and blow a motor, but it was engineered to use an oil tank so I believe in using the oil tank. That’s just my $.02
Posted by FishingwithRusty
9/9/2019 1:12 PM
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