When I put the motor in reverse water comes over the transom into the boat. Especially when pulling the boat off the trailer at the ramp. Any suggestions..this is a g3 with pontoons...manual jack plate....also seem as though I have to put my back tires into the water to float the boat enough to get the weight off the trailer...or give it a lot of power ...thus getting water into the boat...this has happened at two different ramps...also I am a new owner of this used boat. this is a 1756 tunnel with 70hp. thanks for any help
Loc: Red Oak, Tx. (North Texas)
As far as you problems at the ramp consider trailer Slides- I have these for my pontoon and it helps quite a bit loading and unloading, I don't have to back the trailer as far down the ramp and that is a good thing when the water is cold especially - http://m.basspro.com/Bunk-Slick-Boat-Tra...OSSSELL_PRODUCT
What happens at the lake stays at the lake. Unless I have my camera handy.
i never had that problem till i got this boat but i have a bilge it just pumps it out to get around it though i have a long bow lines tie it off to the trailer back up and spike the breaks then pull the boat back in on the side of the ramp and go get the truck if i am buy my self it i have someone with me i have them back down and spike the breaks to pull the boat off the trailer. i get it also if out on the lake and give it to much gas it will come in side i usr dont do it anymore
well i am screwed my wife is 5'1 95lbs and i would not want to relocate my 40 gallant take under my cancel to way were els on my boat the the OB it he has pontoons on the back is partly the reason my boat just has a low transom but a great build pump
my a small big pump wire it up and let it uck up of the floor when your don all the hose back in and turn it off it wont salve the water coming in the boat but it will keep your feet dry