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Schnboo

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About Schnboo

  • Rank
    Newbie
  • Birthday 04/05/1973

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Tacoma Washington
  • Interests
    Family, Wakeboard, Wakesurf, Guns, Streetbikes

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  • Boat
    Not a Centurion
  1. '19 ZS232

    I was reading that today actually. 25w-40 seems like it would be a pain in the tush even warmed up.
  2. '19 ZS232

    The factory warranty will transfer over since there was only one owner so I was confident taking it without running it.
  3. '19 ZS232

    Troy I believe I've read somewhere about the recall to switch over to the 5w-30 but I don't recall seeing a brand. I'll keep this in mind for the future. I haven't recieved the owner packet from the dealer yet but I requested info on what products they used for the oil change and impeller. I'm waiting for the weather to get a little better so I can dewinterize and get it in the water to do a self demo. I didn't get to at the dealer because there were other offers on it when I put the deposit on it. So I wanted to get it and worry about running it later.
  4. '19 ZS232

    Thanks Troy!! This exactly what I was looking for. I wasn't sure I'd get a response here. Seems like people are using the Facebook page more. I love the boat and haven't even had it out yet! I've been scheming this purchase for some time now. I'm coming from an 02 Calabria Pro V. So needless to say, I've got a lot to learn. I did all my own maintenance and plan to do what I can with this one. Thanks again!
  5. '19 ZS232

    Hey everyone. I just picked up my "new to me" 2019 ZS232 from the guys at NWBS in Portland Oregon. Boat is winterized and I want to learn what it takes to winterize/dewinterize. I'm not waiting for summer. I have a drysuit from my last boat (02 Pro V) and doing the winter rides. Is there a link to the steps somewhere or anyone have a good procedure they use? I tried the search bar but didn't find anything. Thanks in advance.
  6. Not sure how realistic but thought I would come here and see what's available. $86k OTD budget. Washington State TIA
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