Baller swbca Posted March 21 Baller Share Posted March 21 We have two dealers in Minnesota that work on Master Crafts. Neither of them will try to fit my boat into their schedule to replace the damper plate. Midwest, the big Master Craft dealer no longer performs more than simple service tasks such as Winterization on any boat over 10 years old. They say they have 200 boats to get ready for spring. So I am back to doing it myself. The last time I did this was on my 1975 Ski Nautique (decades ago) and it was simple, performing the task while the boat was tied to my dock. It didn't require any overhead lifting equipment. I think I only have one question. Is it necessary to disconnect rubber exhaust piping to perform this task ? If so, does the rubber pipe need to be replaced. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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