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How To Change Diesel Fuel Filters
Changing diesel fuel filters is something you can do yourself to help protect your engine.
Choose The Correct Wire Size
It's important to use the right sized electric cabling for any project aboard. Using the wrong one could create a plethora of problems.
What Your Oil Says About Your Boat's Health
Getting your engine, transmission, or lower unit oil tested can yield valuable information … if you know what to look for.
How To Tighten Your Boat Alternator Belt
Here’s what to do and how to troubleshoot if you hear a squeal coming from your alternator belt.
How To Control Electrical Flow On Your Boat
Isolation transformers can prevent electric shock drowning, protect underwater metals on your boat, and avoid reverse polarity when plugging into shore power.
Work From Almost Anywhere Onboard
Working from your boat could be one way to spend more time aboard. Even better, staying connected need not be complicated or expensive.
Boat plumbing is a lot easier for the do-it yourselfer than plumbing at home, mainly because it doesn't involve rigid pipes running inside solid walls.
A bilge blower is important not only because the USCG may require it, but also because your life may depend on it. Venting your bilge of potentially lethal gas fumes is no job for a jury rig.
Don't let the "maintenance free" battery in your car lull you into complacency about the battery in your boat. Neglecting a marine battery is certain to shorten its life.