I've tried several stabilizers over the years, IMO this is the best:I always make sure there is as close to a full tank of fresh fuel with stabilizer in it by the fall in case I don't take it out again.
The outboard drive portion of an I/O boat.Don't know what the "foot" is so can't comment on that.
Don't let my wife read this. Having a boat out here is about the only way to consistently catch fish. Can try to float tube, but that's taking one's life into one's hands and can't cover water.I'd sell it and never worry about all the maintenance again. One of the best things I ever did was selling the "hole in the water" that you keep sinking money into. If that's not an option, I'd take it to the dealer or boat shop and have them do it. Make sure they have a guarantee to back the work!
I've been using Star Tron.I've tried several stabilizers over the years, IMO this is the best:
Stabil is among the worse... IMO of course.
The outboard drive portion of an I/O boat.