Using the Right Brand of 2 Cycle Oil in My Boat Motor

domo-online blog 1 2-29-16When I got a small motor for the boat that I frequently will use when I go fishing out on the lake, I was excited to finally be able to get from one part of the lake to the other without taking a lot of time. I had a really difficult time rowing everywhere to try to follow where the fish would be in the lake. I knew that the motor would make it so that I would be able to move faster.

Of course, I also had to make sure that the motor that I used was one that was well taken care of. I didn’t want to have purchased the motor only to have it break down and strand me out somewhere in the middle of the lake. I do my best to take care of this motor by using quality gasoline and the best brands of 2 cycle oil only.

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Yamalube Ringfree Plus is Just One More Way I Keep My Motor Clean

domo-online blog 5 2-22-16I have always been borderline obsessive when it comes to keeping my outboard motor clean inside. I have never used low quality gasoline or oil since I know that this can contribute to gunk building up in the engine and slowly destroying its inner workings over time. I make sure that I maintain the motor often so that I can make sure everything is working right.

To help with keeping the motor clean on the inside, I have started to take an extra precaution just so that I will be able to easily fix any problems with the motor. I have started to use Yamalube Ringfree plus since this helps to clean out my engine and prevent sticking which could cause my engine to have even more problems. I love knowing that my engine is well taken care of.

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Yamaha 2M Oil is the Perfect Type for a Small Yamaha Motor

domo-online blog 4 2-22-16Now that I am starting to get older, I find rowing my boat around the lake to be much more difficult than it ever was as a younger man. I used to love rowing since it made me feel so in control of my boat. I knew that it wasn’t the fastest boat on the lake for sure, but I got a deep sense of accomplishment out of propelling it myself.

Since I have been having more problems with rowing due to arthritis, I am trying my best to make sure that I can give myself a break. I now use a small Yamaha motor that runs with gasoline and Yamaha 2M oil. The motor is louder than rowing for sure, but I am able to get where I want on the lake without all the painful rowing.

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Ringfree Plus is an Additive I Use to Keep My Boats Running Smoothly

domo-online blog 3 2-22-16Since I own a boat rental company, I vary what type of oil I use in my motors based partially on what they can take and partially on what I can afford. This means that I am not always able to use premium brands of oil because these brands are expensive. I buy all of my oil in bulk and try to make sure that I can get the best type possible for my motor.

While I can’t always provide my boats with the best oil that money can buy, I do what I can to make sure that the motors stay clean and are running great. I use different additives including ringfree plus to make it so that I am able to keep my boat running the right way. With this kind of maintenance I find that my boats continue to run excellently.

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Evinrude Motors can Be Set Up to Run on Evinrude XD100 oil or Evinrude XD50

domo-online blog 2 2-22-16When I was looking into purchasing an Evinrude outboard for my boat, I became confused when I saw that some of them needed one type of oil while others of them needed a different type of oil. I wasn’t sure how motors that were otherwise the same could be running on completely different types of oil. It seemed odd that they might work this way.

I started to research these motors since I wanted to see why there was any type of a difference in the oil that they could use. I quickly discovered that an Evinrude outboard motor could be set up two completely different ways. The motors could be set up for Evinrude XD100 oil or they could be set up to use a different type depending on the preference of the boat owner.

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Bulk Motor Oil Makes it Easier to Stay in Business

domo-online blog 1 2-22-16When I started a company where customers would be able to hire a boat and a guide to take them fishing out on the water, I thought it would be easy enough to make money. I soon realized that it was a bit harder than I had expected just because all of the operating costs were so high. I had to take care of the boats and pay the guides. With limited business at the beginning, I thought for sure we’d go under.

While I was trying to market the company and make it a success, I looked at my different expenses to find out what I could do to make everything more affordable. I eventually decided to buy bulk motor oil instead of small amounts since I could get it cheaper in large quantities. This helped me to keep costs lower while I turned my business around.

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Yamalube Oil is Perfect for My New Outboard Motor

domo-online blog 5 2-15-16In preparation for the spring boating season, I decided to finally make the leap and buy a completely new outboard motor. I spent a lot of time looking at these motors and trying to find the right kind of motor for my boat. After so much consideration, I decided that it was just time to go ahead and buy one so that I could have a new one for my boat.

When I brought the motor home and got it set up on my boat, I was really excited to be able to actually use it. Of course, before I ended up using it, I had to make sure that I would be able to get the right kind of oil for the new motor, since my old brand wasn’t very good quality. I decided to switch over to Yamalube oil since this was much better quality.

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Waiting for the Weather to Warm Up So That I’ll Need to Use Some WaveRunner Oil Again

domo-online blog 4 2-15-16Since my WaveRunners never go out during the winter, I make sure to put them into storage and to take any fluids out of them so that they will work again when I take them back out. We have been having an unseasonably warm winter here, which is making me antsy about the possibility of getting out on the water again. I am hoping the weather warms up a bit more.

As soon as the warm weather seems like it will be staying around for a good amount of time, I am going to get my WaveRunners ready to be used. I have everything that I need on hand already since I soon expect to be able to take these boats out. I don’t want the weather to be nice enough and then be caught without the WaveRunner oil that I need.

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Two Cycle Oil is Perfect for the Two Cycle Outboards I Use on Rental Boats

domo-online blog 3 2-15-16When I took over the rental boat company that my father started when he was young, I had to learn a lot more about boats than I initially knew. I was lucky to have my dad looking out for me, making sure that I knew how to do simple maintenance on the boats that we had. I was able to learn a lot about the type of oil the boats needed and how to fix simple problems.

To make sure that I am able to keep all of the boats in my shop supplied with the oil they need, I have to make sure that I always have a good amount on hand. I typically will buy the best quality two cycle oil that I can find in bulk since this saves me money in the long run because my boats are well cared for. I love getting boats back from a customer and having them complement me on how great the boat ran.

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Optimax Oil is Optimal for My Outboard Motor

domo-online blog 2 2-15-16When I got a Mercury Optimax engine I knew that I would have to use a specific type of oil if I really wanted it to perform as optimally as I wanted it to. I wanted to be able to keep my motor running perfectly by getting the oil that was right for it so that the motor would run efficiently and produce less exhaust. I have always hated boat exhaust so this was a key selling point for me.

In order to make it simple for my motor to run the way that it was meant to, I have to take the time to find the right oil for it each time it needs new oil. I use Optimax oil since this is the type of oil that is actually made for the outboard that I bought. The oil ensures that my boat always produces only minimal exhaust which makes me happy.

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Evinrude XD 100 Oil Keeps My Engine Running When I Need it the Most

domo-online blog 1 2-15-16Having a boat engine sputter out can be annoying at the best of times, but whenever everything else is going wrong, it is important that the engine keeps running. There is nothing worse than finding yourself trapped in a storm with no power in the engine to get back out of there. With a motor you can at least head for home, hoping to get back safely.

Since I always have these situations in mind, I do what I can to make sure that my engine is maintained properly. I know that by using reliable gasoline and high quality Evinrude XD 100 oil, I am setting myself up for success. I don’t worry about my engine sputtering out when I need it the most since I have taken precautions to keep my engine working.

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Yamalube 2 Cycle Oil is Regularly on My Shopping List

domo-online blog 5 2-08-16Since I run a boat rental company, I have to constantly maintain all of the boats that I have so that they are ready for people to use. I make sure that I wash the boats after they are used and get them ready for the next person who is renting the boat. Part of this is doing a quick inspection to make sure that there is nothing that the boat needs before going out again.

Since I have a large number of boats, it seems as if I am always adding oil or gasoline to one boat or another. I have a shopping list for my business that I use to keep track of anything that I am running low on. I find that Yamalube 2 cycle oil is one of the things that seems to be on my shopping list the most since the boats need this oil to continue running well.

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