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Pulling port engine 3270 12 Aug 2017 15:18 #1

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I will be pulling motor soon. It will be out of the boat for a couple months. Im wondering how bad the list will be when it is out. We already tilt starboard as it is. any ideas how much # temp ballast I should use. Sand bags? any other good ideas to add weight???

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Pulling port engine 3270 12 Aug 2017 15:55 #2

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FYI engine is AQ140

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Pulling port engine 3270 13 Aug 2017 04:20 #3

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How about water for ballast?
A 50 gallon barrell or two should do it. Much easier to load and unload than sand bags.
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Pulling port engine 3270 13 Aug 2017 19:57 #4

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What a great idea!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It is settled, that is what I shall do. I already have a sump pump to dump it when Im done.

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