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Part two of our handy do-it-yourself guide to making your own looped dock lines.

Part two of our handy do-it-yourself guide to making your own looped dock lines.

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Aug 5, 2014 7:23:00 PM By Roberto Dock Line, rope, dock rope, News,

The basics in selecting the right type, length, and number of dock lines for your boat.

The basics in selecting the right type, length, and number of dock lines for your boat.

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Jul 16, 2014 7:21:00 PM By Admin rope, News,

It’s easy to keep your outboard in top shape, even if you’re not a mechanic. A little TLC and preventive maintenance can keep your motor running reliably for years to come. Follow the manufacturer’s recommendations where they differ from our advice, and consider these quick tips.

It’s easy to keep your outboard in top shape, even if you’re not a mechanic. A little TLC and preventive maintenance can keep your motor running reliably for years to come. Follow the manufacturer’s recommendations where they differ from our advice, and consider these quick tips.

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Jun 24, 2014 6:53:00 PM By Martin Fashion, Bags, News,

Virtually all boats end up with unwanted water in the bilge, which must be removed. Water gets in from a propeller shaft packing gland, a leaky portlight, leaky seams in a wood boat, melting ice from the icebox and a multitude of other sources.

Virtually all boats end up with unwanted water in the bilge, which must be removed. Water gets in from a propeller shaft packing gland, a leaky portlight, leaky seams in a wood boat, melting ice from the icebox and a multitude of other sources.

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Jan 15, 2014 9:45:00 AM By Dmitry outboard, News,
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