Flushing your outboard motor when you've been boating on saltwater is an incredibly important part of routine engine maintenance.
Problems with your outboard can make a day on the water memorable – for all the wrong reasons.
There is little doubt that poor maintenance does more damage to outboard motors than high usage, and failure to properly winterise an outboard motor can result in serious, possibly terminal damage.
The lower unit (or “foot”) of your outboard motor is the bottom part that houses the prop and gear case. Taking care of your lower unit is vital to make sure your outboard runs smoothly and has a long life. The main keys to lower unit maintenance are keeping fishing line and other debris from gettin
Every boat, no matter the size, needs to be maintained.
It's easy to keep your outboard in tip-top shape, even if you're not a mechanic.