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Thread: 200 Sport Jet Advice needed

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    Default 200 Sport Jet Advice needed

    Hi,

    I bought a 22ft Seaark Predator this year with the 200 sport jet in it. I have 40 hours on it now.

    I am about to take it on the Yukon River for the annual moose hunt. What should I be taking besides oil and a spare lift pump for it?

    I am also wondering what maintenance I should be doing before the long run?

    Probably going to put about 40 hours on it on this hunt.

    Any advice on gear and stator oil would be appreciated or anything else.

    Thanks

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    Torque bit screw driver set in your tool kit and an extra fuel filter. The intake grates are secured with torque bit screws. We had a rock get forced through the stomp grate by a "helpfull newbie" and spent several hours trying to coax the rock back out without the proper tools. The fuel filter is just a cheap insurance policy.

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    Loctite, and a good variety of tools.

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    Dont forget a "Mr. Funnel" to run your gas thru first before you put it in the boat. Will help prevent water in the fuel. Im speakin from experience. Also, oil filter wrenchs to fit both fuel water seperators (just in case you need to change them). Good luck...
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