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Old 07-05-2011, 10:06 PM   #1
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I notice that my new 3000 SCR looks to sit un-level in the water. Is this normal? If so, any suggestions to fix this?

**I have both tanks full with gas, water tank is full and waste tank was just pumped out.**
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Old 07-05-2011, 10:13 PM   #2
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I have a 2001 3000SCR and it does it also. I think it is the gas tanks being un-even.

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That was my thought. The only thing I can think of is to always leave the right tank 1/4 more full then the left and if that helps..
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Our boat corrected itself ...........so it could be a combination of everything for yours.............
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you could take absolutely everything off of the boat that isn't bolted down or stored in a holding tank and see if it is the distribution of gear as well. Not the most desirable route. Try it with the water tank and holding tank empty as well. Or redistribute weight, such as batteries to balance to the boat a bit better.
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My 3300 does the same thing. Try standing at the helm and see if it fixes it. It does for me as the boat full is set up to drive level not sit level. We sit on the docks a lot and it kinda bugs a guy but just the way it is.
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