While your boat is out of the water, examine the bellows for cracks, tears or signs of dry rot. To prevent a summer crisis, replace any parts that are showing wear before launch. Just a tip…shift cables, trim senders and gimble bearings are often changed at the same time to save doing double labor later.
Chad Marine shows a 2018 Bayliner XR7 at Fox Chapel Marine – Options on this boat include: Mercury 250 HP Supercharged Four Stroke, Black Side Panels and Solid Black Hull, Air Compressor, Automatic Bilge Pump, Battery Onshore Charger, Bow Ladder, Bow Table, Cooler, Desert Sand Interior, Depth Indicator, Docking Lights, Fender Cleats, LED Lighting Package, Luxury Helm Seat, Under Water Transom Lights, Black Mooring Cover, Pump Out Head, L-Group Seating with Single Lounger, Refrigerator, Sea-grass Snap in Flooring, Skit Tow Bar, Stainless Steel Upgrade Package, Wet Bar, Sink, and Faucet.
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