Archive for the ‘2 Cycle Oil’ Category
When I was in high school, I remember knowing a lot of guys that were way into cars and could talk about all the different specs and information about new cars coming out and things like that. I was kind of bewildered by it because I couldn’t fathom being one of those people, but as an adult, I’ve turned out not to be that different from those kinds of guys after all.
Rather than being into cars, however, my current group of friends is very interested in boating and all of the logistics behind having a boat. We’re constantly discussing which two cycle outboard oil to use or talking about the new boats that are coming out. We know how to do maintenance on our own boats and we’re all pretty well-versed in the subject.
I always feel like when my younger brother makes purchases, he’s trying to catch up with the things that I have just purchased. I’ll purchase a new car, then he’ll purchase a new car. I move into a new place, then he moves into a new place. I think some of these instances have been coincidences, but it’s still something that seems to happen a whole lot.
Most recently, this happened with a boat; I purchased a boat, and then he went out and purchased a boat. While sometimes it’s been a coincidence, I’m pretty sure that this one wasn’t. He always tries to compete with me, so he’s sure to bring up things about his boat whenever he can. My boat uses 2 cycle oil quite efficiently though, much better than his, so I have that advantage.
Father’s Day is fast approaching and I’ve been racking my brain for ideas as to what to get for my dad. What do you get the man who has everything? He has a tendency to pick up everything that he wants or needs, so it’s always tough to figure out what kinds of gifts are going to be useful for him.
I figured that the only things that he really needed are items that are be depleted. For example, he doesn’t need a new fishing pole because he already has one. However, he definitely will always need Yamalube 2W for his WaveRunner because he’s eventually going to run out of it. Mission accomplished for another happy Fathers Day.
I’ve always been a bit sea-obsessed. When I was a kid, my favorite movie was Finding Nemo and sharks have always been my favorite animal. Even though I have a love for interesting fish, I also enjoy the sport of fishing because I don’t think loving fish and loving fishing have to be mutually exclusive. Seafood is probably my favorite food, so I can’t really resist it.
Needless to say, my love for the sea and for fishing has led me to become an experienced boater as well. My parents have had a boat for a long time. I learned to drive it as early as I could. I’m learning how to maintain boats and work on them as well, whether they need Mercury 2 cycle oil or another kind of tune-up.
There’s an area near where I live where if you take your boat out far enough you can pretty much be guaranteed to see some dolphins swimming around and playing with each other. Dolphins are my favorite animal; it is so interesting how intelligent they are and how playful they can be. I always try to take the time to go out and watch them.
Usually, I’ll round up a few of my friends who love animals or dolphins or whatever and we’ll bring some snacks and some drinks. I fill up my boat with some two cycle oil and we head out to the open water in search of dolphins. You have to be very careful not to hit any dolphins with your boat!
I can be a bit of a perfectionist and I like to know exactly how much money I’m going to be spending on something before I spend it. I always check out the pricing for maintenance costs and accessories whenever I decide to make a big purchase. It allows me to rest a lot easier when I actually go out and spend the money.
My next big purchase is probably going to be a boat. I’ve been working out how much additional money I will need to spend when I purchase the boat, as that will determine the type of boat I end up purchasing. I have to remember that I’ll need maintenance and cleaning supplies like two cycle outboard oil and other accessories too.
As a boat mechanic, I always have to make sure I’ve got the products that I need in my shop. If my employees don’t have the necessary tools and materials, they can’t do their jobs properly. We always keep an additional stock of our supplies in a storage unit so that we can easily get anything we need for any job.
One of the items I always keep is a large stock of 4 cycle and 2 cycle oil, fuel additives, tool sets, and spare parts for all different kinds of boats. We like to promise our customers that the work done on their boats will be speedy so that they can get out and enjoy the water as often as they can.
The Yamaha Motor Company, which was launched in 1955, is a subsidiary of Yamaha Corporation. The focus was on motorized vehicles rather than musical instruments, which the company was already well-known for. Now they are best known for their motorcycles and recreational vehicles such as snowmobiles, scooters, boats and outboard motors.
Yamaha also offers a line of products related to those vehicles. One of these products is Yamalube 2 Cycle oil. This oil was designed specifically for Yamaha Outboard motors. They also recommend using Yamalube Ring Free Plus in each tank of fuel, to counter the effects of ethanol and the unpredictable quality levels of today’s gasoline.
For the longest time, I had hoped to purchase a WaveRunner. I had never even ridden on one before, but I’d seen a lot of them and thought that they looked like they would be a lot of fun. I saved up my money for quite a while and recently, I was able to afford a really nice one. I’ve been having a blast with it since I picked it up.
Maintenance is definitely something that’s important when it comes to properly taking care of a WaveRunner and I’ve been making sure to use Yamalube 2W whenever needed. That was the motor oil that I was advised to use by the dealer that I bought my WaveRunner from. So far, everything’s been working perfectly!
When my son was young, I used to take him out on a rusty old boat that my father had passed down to me and we would go fishing in the river behind our house. We usually didn’t catch a whole lot, but it was a nice way to teach my son to be a sportsman and for us to bond together over a fun activity, one he would remember all of his life.
Now that he’s a full-grown man, it’s clear that our experiences boating together have influenced his hobbies as an adult. He’s got his own boat now and it’s a boat that’s much nicer than the rusty old one I used to take him out on. For his birthday, I got him some Mercury 2 cycle oil, so that he’ll be able to take care of that brand new boat.