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Doug Patillo

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Good Afternoon everyone: As most of you know, I am in the process of writing new owners manuals for all of Trackers product line. Would it be of a benefit to you as a boat owner to have as much information about the livewell as possible? Is the livewell system pretty easy for you to operate or do I need to have step by step instructions?
By the way, if you need any info on the livewell system, check out http://www.flow-rite.com/marine/
They are the manufacturers of our livewell systems.
Thanks for all of your help.
 

Mike L.

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Doug, The livewell instructions that came with my boat (Tracker ProCrappie) were easy to understand, but what is missing is a 'below the deck' diagram of the plumbing. This would be of great value for understanding have the livewell/baitwelll system works and for future troubleshooting. Just for your info, the rear livewell on my boat was the only thing on my boat which gave me a problem after I purchased it. Two trips back to the dealer for poor drainage and then freezing and cracking of a connector, which we will see if it is finally fixed when it is de-winterized and back in the water in a few weeks. Others on this board had the same problem with poor drainage in this same livewell. Thanks!
 

Bill / NY Kooi

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I would give some kind of details. I have seen several ??? come across this board about livewells mainly about flooding and switches.
 

TrepMan

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I'm with everyone else, more info the better for us beginners.

Mike L. - I checked the 2001 Crappie Pro's and they have a new livewell and plumbing in them that looks like (at a quick glance) will solve the problem. Let me know this spring if yours is 100% fixed or not. They ended up shortening my drain hose about 3 inches but told me that it will not drain 100% without taking the whole rear deck off and re-running the entire plumbing. Since it does not freeze in my garage in Georgia, no problem for me.

TrepMan
 

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