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  Posted by: bowler1 on Nov-27-12 5:52 AM (EST)
 

Chip,
I personally try not to make oiling them any more work than it may need to be.

For me I try to make oiling a quick and easy affair. If you do that then you will oil them more often.

I throw on a rubber glove and take a rag and quickly wipe the tops, then the sides and underneath, and then the inwales....so three full passes around the boat. Takes about 10 minutes. Then I may go out later and wipe them down to removed excess and put another coating on.

I remove nothing and don't try to drip oil inside, etc.

I think as long as you store the boat inside you are okay.

And....if you ever do sell the SRT please let me know before listing it.

Matt

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