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  1. Can you measure your switch. The actual part that gets pushed in. The switches I bought are small. 12mm for the button that gets pushed in.
  2. I have noticed that Ronaldo finally switched (pun??). From the old toggle helm switch, to the stainless push button switch. So I want to make the change. I purchased some from amazon. The feel solid. We’re priced great. But the actual button is tiny. so I am curious. Does anyone have a 2019 with the push switches. Can you tell me the actual size of the button portion (that pushes in). Do they light up when pushed in, or when the courtesy lights come on?
  3. Not sure what you are looking for. Can you show in a picture? I can swing by my marina to measure if no one else has their boat at home
  4. Someone already posted a simple reply on another thread. I have a R222 Put the motor all the way down unscrew the bulge access cap reach in and unscrew the the two wingnuts on the raw water filter/screen remove filter/screen/basket pour antifreeze in opening where you removed the basket turnnon pump. Continue to pour antifreeze until it comes out of the raw water i used a funnel and a 2 foot tube to make it easier to reach
  5. How does everyone fog their engines? Do you use the mixture with the gas can? How do you connect everything? might try it tomorrow.
  6. What ever happened with this? I know it’s 3 years old. I am getting ready to winterize my 222. I have the Yamaha 200. $700 is crazy high The 100 hour kit is only $140 for all oils and filters. You don’t need a certified Yamaha mechanic to do this. 1/2 the Yamaha owners do all the maintenance themselves and none are certified A fair mechanic should charge you 2 hrs labor. Maybe 3. And I don’t think you replace the water pump every 100 hrs. Maybe just check the pump fly wheel. on our small boats, the 100hr service should cover all wintering except fogging and antifreeze for the raw water pump
  7. Double check with Lenco. When I ordered these, the wiring harness wasn’t included. Lenco wanted almost $100. My 222 was prewired. Check yours before you spend the money.
  8. I like the seating config in the stern. Wondering if I can convert my 222ex seating to this.
  9. I have been thinking about this (for my 222 explorer) ever since I saw that video. I just ordered some clips from amazon yesterday for the vertical storage. I was already thinking of the cup holders up front.
  10. I couldn’t find anything that looked as nice as the available from Robalo. I am in the process of making my own.
  11. If it makes you feel any better. I was on my friends 26ft scout last week. 30-35 through the Chesapeake with 1-2 ft rollers and it was leaning left also. He hasn’t figured out how to use his tabs. It was a little nervous, but no issues. And we did t even get wet from splashes. I think lots of boats mean left.
  12. Sadly, I haven’t been on my boat in two weeks. So technically, it hasn’t leaned at all the last two week
  13. Doesn’t sound good. Hopefully it is just a leak at a through hole or raw water intake.
  14. I checked it out today. Not bad. Seems a lot bigger the the 222. It has an 8-6 beam They finally got smart with small battery access box. Instead of having to lift the entire seat. they are using plastic side latches on the fish boxes. That should keep them dry $81k boat show price with a 250. Seems steep. Not much less than a 242 with a 300
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