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That is the silliest reply to my qualified answers.
Guy don't you get it? you're still trying to find excuses for wrong information and terrible advise you've given earlier and this is not the only forum you've comented on with the same [EDIT-JRP] .
You think a few squirt of WD40 is an issue when some one is camping in the middle of nowhere and wants some piece of mined or sailing in the gulf /ocean and fresh water is at a premium etc, etc, etc.. ).
Look, I am not trying to disrespect you, but, you seem like you're hell bent on proving your self right about a product you know "NOTHING about" and do not own.
I doubt it if for the price and simplicity and reliability, as well as ease of starting, you could find without greater maintainence.
I shouldn't waist my time with you, as I made my point very clear in my earlier thread.
Just to further prove your lack of knowledge about what you preach.
Honda, Yamaha, and Suzuki are great brands and deserve respect , yet none are designed to tilt and be raised to adjust in various positions such as island hopper can . point (1)
Honda, Yamaha, and Suzuki can not run in 7" of shallow water full of debri , mudd , silt sand or weeds without clogging the impeller . point(2)
Their lightest is 20lbs heavier than my island hopper. point(3)
You can't lay them down or lean them otherwise the oil will travel into the engine block and you'll have a mess and will need a marine mechanic to fix that issue=$$$, where as my island hopper will not. point(4)
If you had a problem with those brand names on weekends or even during the week, you couldn't get anyone to help you, and if you can get someone to answer the line, you'd be luck and they'd refer you to another department or have you wait a week for them to call you back.
The people at Island hopper will always take your call and help you out as you talking with them, because they have a real live mechanic taking your call.
I am sorry, if I hurt your feelings, but please be considerate when dishing advice.
Last edited by JohnRPollard; 05-08-2009 at 09:25 PM.
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