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Old 04-15-2011, 08:58 AM
tampamark tampamark is offline
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Why would you want to get salt water all over your rear axle and suspension ??? very corrosive, and the sand, worse than having your swimming trunks full of it........lol
If he does it he had better have a towel in that front seat. When loading up a ski on the boat ramp you always end up getting freshly soaked, then you have to jump right in your vehicle and drive it up and out.

As far as saltwater, that is what hoses and a freshwater rinse is for.

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One practical question might be the pull out of the water on a wet ramp, depending on how steep - I know a jet ski doesn't weigh much, but with that torque, the tires break free rather easily
Traction Control should make this simple. Boat ramps are not that steep. Slippery, yes. But he should be able to ease it out.
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