Colorado The Pontoon Boat

Colorado The Pontoon Boat
The
Colorado
Pontoon Boat
O W N E R ' S
M A N U A L
CO LO R A D O P O N T O O N B O AT O W N E R ’ S M A N U A L
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
3
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS & CAPACITY
4
SAFETY INFORMATION AND SYMBOLS
5
RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE OPERATOR(S)
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INFLATION
7
ELECTRIC MOTOR AND BATTERY USE
8
PARTS LIST
10
ASSEMBLY AND USE
11-15
REPAIR AND TROUBLESHOOTING
16-17
CARE AND STORAGE
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WARRANTY
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INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of a Classic Accessories pontoon boat.
This manual has been compiled to help you assemble your boat correctly and
operate it safely. It contains specific details of the boat, including its parts and
equipment, and information on its safe operation, proper care, maintenance and
repair. Please read it carefully, and familiarize yourself with your boat before
using it.
If this is your first pontoon boat, or if you are changing to this type of boat for
the first time, for your own comfort and safety, please ensure that you obtain
handling and operating experience before serious use. Doing so will assure
many years of trouble free use and enjoyment.
PLEASE KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS IN A SECURE PLACE, AND TRANSFER THEM
TO THE NEW OWNER IF YOU SELL THE CRAFT.
MODIFICATIONS
Because of possible interference with the factory design and integrity of the
boat, owner modifications to the boat, any of its parts, equipment or systems
are not recommended.
Classic does not recommend that owners modify the boat or any of its parts,
equipment or systems. Such modifications could compromise the design and
integrity of the boat, prevent safe operation, and void warranty coverage.
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P R O D U C T S P EC I F I C AT I O N S & C A PA C I TY
BOAT SPECIFICATIONS
Product Name: COLORADO Pontoon Boat
Dimensions: 108 inch L x 56 inch W x 26 inch H
274 cm L x 142 cm W x 66 cm H (top of the seat)
Dry Weight: 71.5 lbs (32 kg)
Maximum Persons Capacity: 1 person or up to 275 lbs (125 kg)
Maximum Persons & Gear Capacity: 400 lbs (181 kg)
Recommended Inflation Pressure: 2.5 psi (0.17 BAR)
Maximum Motor Thrust: 30 lbs (14 kg)
Maximum Motor Shaft Length: 36 inch (91 cm)
BOAT CAPACITY
The person/load capacity is partly
dependent on proper seating and load
distribution. Make sure that your load
is distributed evenly and the seating
position is such that, when afloat, the
boat rides level in the water.
MAXIMUM CAPACITIES
1
PERSON OR
275
LBS.
400 LBS PERSONS, GEAR
PRESSURE = 2.5 psi (main chambers)
WARNING - DO NOT EXCEED THE
MAXIMUM CAPACITY OF THIS BOAT
UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.
MAX 30 LB THRUST MOTOR
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MODELS: 61888 ROGUE
181 kg
0.17 bar (main chambers)
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SA F E TY I N F O R M AT I O N A N D S Y M B O L S
The symbol to the left is the Safety Alert symbol. It is used to alert you
to potential personal injury hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this
symbol to avoid possible injury or death.
DANGER
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in
death or serious injury.
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in
death or serious injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in
minor or moderate injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in
property damage.
This manual lists certain recommended practices and provides some basic
precautions. However, this list of precautions is not all-inclusive. Users
must follow all applicable laws, rules, and regulations and should exercise
appropriate caution in the safe operation of this pontoon boat.
REMEMBER - always use common sense when using your pontoon boat.
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R E S P O N S I B I L I T I E S O F T H E O P E R AT O R ( S )
IMPORTANT SAFETY AND CARE INFORMATION
• Read this owner’s manual carefully before using your pontoon boat.
• This is not a life saving device.
• You MUST wear an approved personal flotation device (PFD).
• All safety equipment & PFDs must properly fit the user, be in good condition, and suitable
for your body weight.
• Know and follow all local water safety rules and boating regulations.
• Do not exceed 400 lbs (181 kg) total cargo weight. (The weight of you and all of your gear
should not exceed 400 lbs (181 kg).
• Inspect your pontoon boat for wear or damage before and after each use.
• This product is not to be used by children under the age of 16 years of age or by any child
without adult supervision. Check the laws in your state.
• Class 1 river rating: not for use in rough water, white water, rapids or open ocean.
• Always use a Coast Guard approved personal flotation device.
• Never float alone.
• Never use this boat in bad weather.
• Keep sharp objects (knives, fish hooks, etc.) away from the pontoons.
• Not for use by children or as pool toy.
• Do not use under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
• Do not tow this pontoon boat.
• Use only in water free from debris and obstructions.
• Do not use in high wind, rapid currents, open water or dangerous tides.
• Seek shelter from water if there is threat of lightning.
• Do not stand on this product while in use.
• Never dive into or from this boat.
• Inflate with cold air only.
• Do not over inflate or use CO2 or a high pressure air compressor to inflate.
• Follow the inflation sequence listed in this instruction manual.
• Recommended working pressure is 2.5 psi (0.17 bar). DO NOT EXCEED 2.5 PSI.
• Check for leaks before using.
• Partially deflate if leaving boat in direct sunlight or within a vehicle in sunlight.
• Remember that air pressure changes with temperature and elevation so always check
your air pressure before use.
• Maximum anchor eight capacity 6-8 lbs (2.73 to 3.64 kgs)
• Check all screws and wingnuts before each use.
CARE
• Clean with warm water and a mild detergent.
• To avoid mildew be sure your boat is dry before storing it.
• Deflate pontoons slightly between uses to extend the life of your boat.
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I N F L AT I O N
PROPER INFLATION
During final inflation, inflate until most of the wrinkles in the fabric are gone and
it feels firm to the touch, but DO NOT exceed 2.5 psi (0.17 bar) in the main air
chambers.
CAUTION - DO NOT OVER INFLATE YOUR PONTOON BOAT
Water temperature and weather affect the air pressure in the boat. In cold
weather your pontoon boat will lose some pressure because the air will
contract. If this occurs, you may want to add more air.
In hot weather, the air will expand. You must let out some air to prevent the
pontoons from failing from over pressure. Avoid exposing your pontoon boat to
extreme temperatures (hot or cold).
CAUTION
On warm sunny days, keep the pontoon boat either in water or in shade (if kept
inflated on land). This will decrease the risk of overexpansion of the pontoon
chambers posed by rising temperatures, which can result in seam tears,
delamination and pinholes.
Avoid asphalt, sand, pebbles or concrete in direct sunlight as they radiate high
ground heat.
Also understand that changes in altitude will cause the air in the bladders
to expand or contract. If traveling to higher elevation with the pontoon boat
inflated, frequently check the pressure in the pontoons to avoid over pressure.
If traveling to lower elevation you may have to add more air to maintain proper
pressure in the pontoons.
WARNING - ALWAYS CHECK THE AIR PRESSURE IN THE PONTOONS BEFORE
AND DURING EACH USE.
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E L EC T R I C M OT O R A N D B AT T E R Y U S E
USING A MOTOR WITH YOUR PONTOON BOAT
Clamp your motor to the motor mount provided on the rear of your boat and
carefully follow the setup and safety instructions provided with your motor.
Using a motor and battery will affect the weight distribution on your boat.
Before using your boat for the first time with a motor check and adjust your seat
position and cargo so your boat rides level in the water.
WARNING - THIS PONTOON BOAT IS NOT RATED FOR USE WITH GASOLINE
OR DIESEL OUTBOARD MOTORS.
WARNING - MAKE SURE TO FOLLOW ALL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND
PROCEDURES THAT CAME WITH YOUR ELECTRIC MOTOR.
IMPORTANT - A MAXIMUM ELECTRIC MOTOR SHAFT LENGTH OF 36 INCH (91 cm)
WITH A MAXIMUM THRUST OF 30 LBS (14 kg) IS RECOMMENDED.
USING A BATTERY WITH YOUR PONTOON BOAT
Be sure to secure your battery to the rear wire platform so that it will not move
or tip during operation. For the best weight distribution we recommend placing
the battery as close to the seat back (center of the boat) as possible.
WARNING - BATTERIES CAN LEAK POISONOUS GASES OR LIQUIDS OR
EXPLODE. USE EXTREME CARE AND FOLLOW ALL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND
PROCEDURES THAT CAME WITH YOUR BATTERY.
WARNING - MAKE SURE THAT YOUR ENGINE AND BATTERY ARE SECURELY
FASTENED TO YOUR PONTOON BOAT BEFORE AND DURING EACH USE.
WARNING - ONLY USE AN APPROVED MARINE BATTERY. USE PROPER
SHIELDING TO PREVENT SHORT CIRCUITS.
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A S S E M B LY A N D U S E
It is important to follow these instructions to successfully and safely assemble
your Classic Accessories Pontoon Boat.
Please pay particular attention to the bold faced instructions and any
symbol next to it.
information which has this
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Before you begin please unpack the carton and
check that you have all your parts.
IMPORTANT: All small parts are located inside
the center pocket of one of the pontoon storage
bags marked by a tag for easy identification.
Tools Needed:
Rubber Mallet, 2 Adjustable Wrenches, Phillips
Screw Driver #2
Metal Frame Parts
2 Pontoon Frames
(left and right)
1 Seat Frame
1 Clevis Pin (attached to frame)
Small Parts (Small parts bag located in pontoon pocket)
2 Pontoon Bladder Patches
(Two 60mm self-adhesive patches)
1 Seat
(two piece with screws
and wingnuts installed)
1 Inflation Adapter
2 Foot Pegs (left and right)
1 Inflation Valve
Wrench
1 Rear Platform Frame
1 Rod Holder
with Clevis Pin
1 Rear Cargo Platform
2 Oar Locks
2 Oar Lock Cotter Pins
Soft Parts
2 Pontoons
8 Frame Clevis Pins
1 Stripping Apron
Oar Parts
2 Oars
(4 pieces or 2 per oar)
1 Anchor Bag with Cord
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A S S E M B LY A N D U S E
1. Confirm that all the parts are present.
(See the parts list on page 10).
2. Identify the right and left pontoons.
You can identify the right and left pontoons by the “R” (right) and “L” (left) labels sewn on the inside
of the rear pocket on top of each.
3. Partially inflate the air bladders.
The valve is located on the top and toward the front half of the pontoon.
Press and
turn on
center
button
The valve has a center button that opens and closes the valve by simply
pushing down, and turning a quarter turn. THE VALVE IS OPEN WHEN THE
CENTER BUTTON IS DOWN, AND CLOSED WHEN IT IS UP. Before inflating,
make sure the valve is in the closed position.
Unscrew the valve cap, make sure the valve is closed and insert the inflation
adapter into the valve and twist to secure. Inflate using a foot pump or air
compressor with a cone-type nozzle fitting.
Inflation Valve
Inflate the pontoon to about 3/4 full. Do not inflate beyond 3/4 full because it will make the
next step very difficult—attaching the pontoons to the frame.
Repeat this step with the other pontoon.
Insert
into
valve
and
twist to
inflate
Inflation
adapter
Right hand
pontoon and
frame
4. Attach the pontoons to the frames.
Each pontoon attaches to a metal pontoon frame with four
webbing attachment straps.
Locate the left and right pontoon frames.
On the front of each pontoon frame (where the front of the
boat will be) there is a “L” (left) or “R” (right) label indicating
left or right.
Place a right pontoon frame on top of the right pontoon as
shown. There is a “L” (left) or “R” (right) label inside the
pocket of each pontoon). The longest straight tube of each
frame should be on the same side of the pontoon as the
pontoon zipper.
FRONT
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Now attach the two inside and two outside webbing straps
on the pontoon to the pontoon frame. Thread the straps as follows:
5.
1. Through the metal rectangle on the frame…
2. Back to the buckle…
3. Through the buckle threading path…
2.
4. Match the rip-and-grip to each other.
5. Fold the remaining webbing. Back it through the metal rectangle
and trap it between the pontoon and webbing. Repeat for the remaining three straps.
Repeat the procedure with the left pontoon.
4.
1.
5. Inflate the pontoon completely.
Finish inflating the pontoons using both valves in each
pontoon as outlined in Step 3.
3.
Inflate to approximately 2.5 psi (0.17 BAR).
Inflate until firm but not hard. DO NOT over inflate.
6. Determine the seat placement.
The seat placement determines the center of gravity of the boat. Where you attach the seat to the frame depends on your
size and whether you will be using a motor and battery or carry cargo on the boat.
Use the following information about seat placement as guide to help you setup your boat for optimum balance in the
water. After setup, load your boat with the gear you would use fishing, and try your boat in shallow water to determine if
further seat position adjustment is necessary for optimum weight distribution.
• If you are up to 5 ft 6 inch (168 cm) in height, place the forward seat screws (underside of seat) into the front
1/3 of the seat frame bars.
• If you are up to 6 ft (183 cm) in height, place the forward seat
screws (underside of seat) into the middle section of the seat
frame bars.
Seat Frame
• If you are over 6 ft (+183 cm) in height, place the forward seat
screws (underside of seat) into the rear 1/3 of the seat frame bars.
• If you use a motor and battery or load the cargo basket with any
heavy items, you will need to adjust the seat forward to offset the
load and keep your boat balanced. The amount you will need to
move the seat forward depends on the weight of the cargo and
will necessitate that you try out the new position in shallow water
before setting out.
• Try making adjustments for cargo weight by moving seat forward
in 1 inch (3 cm) increments.
7. Attach the seat to the seat frame.
Locate the four 2 inch (5 cm) screws coming out of
the bottom of the seat. Unscrew the wing nuts and
remove the washers. Place the seat with screws facing
downwards into the two bars on the seat frame and
position the seat in the place that is best for your height
and weight (see above). Once the seat placement has
been determined, attach the washers and wing nuts
onto the screws and tighten to hold the seat into place.
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8. Attach the seat frame
to the pontoon frames.
Insert the seat platform tubes onto the pontoon
frame posts with the seat facing the front. The front
of the pontoon frames are the ends labeled “L”
(left) and “R” (right). (You may need to LIGHTLY tap
the frames with a rubber mallet to fit).
Align the holes and secure with four clevis pins.
You MUST lock the security retainers on all four
clevis pins to insure that the frame stays together.
9. Attach the rear platform frame.
In order to attach the rear platform frame you
must first partially attach the wire cargo deck.
Start by sliding the bent wire tabs into the slots
welded on to the rear of each pontoon frame.
Next, push the rear platform frame tubes into the
Motor mount can
open tubes on the rear of each pontoon frame.
be mounted to
Make sure to insert the wire guides on the rear of
either side
the wire cargo deck into the corresponding holes
on the rear platform frame as you push the tubes together. Also make sure not to pinch the threaded anchor cord.
Attach the rear corners with two clevis pins. These secure the wire cargo deck and the rear platform frame to the pontoon
frames. Be sure to insert each pin through the cargo deck, the rear platform frame and through the pontoon frames. Lock
both clevis pins.
10. Insert the oar locks.
Insert an oar lock into the top of both oar lock brackets on the pontoon frames.
There are three oar lock positions; we suggest starting with the forward most
position. If you have the seat set back you may prefer the middle or back
position. Secure each oar lock with an oar lock clevis pin.
11. Insert the foot pegs.
Insert the foot pegs into the pontoon frame as shown. Starting with
a position in the middle of the adjustment range, align the holes and
secure with two clevis pins.
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12. Attach the stripping apron.
Orient the stripping apron with the fishing ruler to
the front.
Pull apart the back of the apron behind the circular
seat hole and, working from the front, fit the apron
seat hole around the bottom of the seat. Reattach
the hook and loop tabs at the back of the apron.
Stretch the elastic loops on the corners and front
of the apron over the corresponding studs on the
frame.
13. Set up the oars and oar stops.
First, assemble the two piece oars. Align the holes so
that the button pops through the oar handle.
To set an oar in an oar lock drop the thinnest section
of the oar into the oar lock. Slide the oar until the
oar stop rests against the oar lock. The oar stops are
adjustable if desired.
oar stop
You will find oar rests at the back of the pontoons. These are useful for keeping the oars up and out of the way when
they’re not needed.
*Helpful Hint : Oars do not need to be taken apart in order to place in the oar locks. You will find oar rests at the back of
the pontoon. These are useful for keeping the oars up and out of the way when they are not needed.
14. Attach the anchor system.
The anchor system consists of a mesh weight bag and a length of
cord threaded through the frame as in step 9.
Rear
cleat
The bag is filled with rocks or metal weights (not included).
Usually 6 to 8 lbs (2.7 to 3.6 kg). will keep you anchored in a light
breeze but the weight needed will vary depending on your weight,
your cargo weight, currents and wind.
Thread the cord that is attached to the anchor bag through the
pulley mounted to the rear platform frame. Attach the free end to
the rear platform frame.
There are cleats on the front of the pontoon frames and on the
rear platform frame near the motor mount for wrapping the cord.
Front
cleats
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15. Attach the rod holder.
The rod holder may be placed in three
different positions on either the left or right
oar lock frame. You can hold your rod to the
back (1), out to the side (2) or to the front (3).
The rod holder attaches with the clevis frame
pins as in step 8.
To use the rod holder first unwrap the
rip-and-grip strap on the end. Put your rod in
the holder butt end first then turn it to drop
the reel handle into the cutout on the side
of the rod holder. Keeping one hand on your
rod use your other hand to wrap the strap
around the front of the reel to secure your
rod in place in the holder.
16. The bladder repair kit.
Included with your boat are self-adhesive tube patches to repair any tears or holes in the pontoon bladders.
We recommend storing these in one of the pockets to keep them available for repairs.
17. Do the final fitting and adjustments.
Sit in the boat on dry land and adjust the foot pegs and oar lock placement to your leg length and preference.
Float your pontoon boat in shallow water. Push off, get seated comfortably, place your feet on the foot pegs and check to
see if you are level in the water. (This is easier with a another person on shore).
WARNING - The goal is to find your balance point. When you are floating in the boat it should be level in the water.
WARNING - Using a motor and battery or placing heavy cargo in the wire cargo deck may necessitate moving
the seat forward.
WARNING - If you need to adjust the seat or foot pegs bring the boat back to shore and make the
needed adjustments.
WARNING - DO NOT STAND UP IN YOUR BOAT WHILE ON THE WATER.
YOU COULD LOOSE YOUR BALANCE AND FALL OVERBOARD.
WARNING - THIS BOAT IS NOT RECOMMENDED FOR USE IN SALTWATER.
Practice going forward and backward a bit to get comfortable. Then catch some fish and enjoy your boat!
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REPAIR & TROUBLESHOOTING
Repairing Tears and Holes in Pontoon Bladders
If your pontoon bladder becomes torn or punctured, use the enclosed patches to
fix it. It may be necessary to take the pontoon bladder out of the pontoon skin.
Look in the Troubleshooting section on the next page for this procedure. To fix a
hole or tear, follow the steps listed below.
1. For best results, it is important to apply patch to a clean, dry surface and that
the surface temperature is 50° F (10° C) or warmer.
2.Use an alcohol prep pad to clean the surface to be repaired. If you do not have
an alcohol prep pad, use a 50/50 mixture of isopropyl alcohol and water. After
cleaning, allow the surface to dry completely.
3.Cut a patch to the correct size with scissors. Allow for the patch size to extend
one inch (2.5 cm) beyond all edges of the tear. Cut the patch with rounded
corners.
This will make it difficult for the corners to peel up after it is attached.
4.Peel back 1/8 inch - 1/4 inch
(0.3 cm - 0.6 cm) of paper backing and
position and anchor the exposed patch
edge, allowing the patch to extend 1 inch
(2.5 cm) beyond all edges of the tear.
5.Slowly peel the paper backing while
carefully applying the patch over the tear.
Take care to avoid air bubbles.
6.Rub the patch firmly for proper adhesion
and allow to cure for 4 hours before use.
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Extend patch
one inch (2.5 cm)
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REPAIR & TROUBLESHOOTING
If your boat appears to be losing air, it might not be because of a leak. Changes in air temperature,
elevation and use on cold water (which can cool the air inside the pontoon bladders) can all have an
effect on the air inside the bladders. If none of these factors have changed, you may need to look for
a leak. Follow the steps listed below.
1. Start by giving the pontoon skins a visual inspection.
Is the pontoon skin ripped or torn? Are there any major scuff marks?
If so, it might be an indication of a bladder tear or leak.
2. Check if you can hear air escaping the bladder in any suspected areas. You can apply soapy water
to any suspected areas as well. A leak will produce bubbles. If you find a hole, fix it using the
methods listed earlier in these instructions.
If you don't find a leak using these methods, check the inflation valves:
Check valve edge
for leaks
3. Give them a visual inspection, making sure the valve is closing properly
and the valve cap closes securely.
4. Check if you can hear air escaping. You may also use soapy water around
the valve. If you find that a valve is leaking air around its edge, the valve
may be loose.
Checking For A Leaking Valve
Inflation Valve Cage
(bonded to pontoon bladder)
twist the valve. Be careful not to tear or rip the
bladder skin.
If the valve is difficult to turn, remove the valve completely
and add a
small amount
Turn counter-clockwise to loosen
of silicon
Inflation
grease to
Valve Wrench
the valve
O-ring and
reassemble.
Inflation Valve
If the valve is
not leaking
around its
edge, you
may have a
defective valve.
Valve O-ring
The inflation valve consists of a two-part assembly. There
is the inflation valve itself and the inflation valve cage. The
inflation valve cage protects
the inflation valve from
damage and is bonded into
the pontoon bladder.
Inflation
To tighten a loose valve
insert the Inflation Valve
Wrench into the valve and
twist clockwise. It may be
necessary to grasp the
inflation valve cage (which is
inside the pontoon bladder)
to get enough purchase to
Turn
clockwise
to tighten
Please visit our website at the web address listed on the
last page of these instructions to order a new valve.
If you must remove the pontoon bladder from the pontoon
skin to make a repair, you must completely unscrew the
inflation valve from the inflation valve cage. Make sure to
align the valves in the bladder with the valve openings in
the skin. Since the pontoon skin is captive in between the
inflation valve cage and the inflation valve, care must be
taken not to tear, rip or stress either the bladder or the
skin by over-tightening the valve.
Valve
Wrench
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CARE & STORAGE
TRANSPORTING YOUR PONTOON BOAT
The pontoon boat can be transported partially or fully assembled and or inflated.
Due to size constraints, many customers will keep their frame fully intact and simply
inflate and attach their pontoons once they reach their destination. Various methods
such as a pickup truck bed, trailer, or roof rack can be used to transport your boat.
If you are carrying a partially or fully assembled and or inflated boat, please consult
with your vehicle, trailer, or roof rack Manufacturer.
CARE FOR YOUR BOAT
The pontoon boat can be cleaned with soap and water then rinsed.
Use a soft rag for hard to clean areas.
SEASONAL STORAGE OF YOUR BOAT
Remove pontoons from the frame, empty pockets of any sharp objects that may
puncture the skin. Deflate completely and fold for storage. Store pontoons away from
sharp objects, heat or abrasive wear. Dismantle frame and boat parts and store in box.
C L E A N A N G L E R S TAT E M E N T
We invite you join us in our efforts to keep your favorite waterways free of invasive,
non-native species that can seriously damage them.
We encourage you to visit www.cleanangling.org and take the Clean Angler pledge.
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WARRANTY
Two Year Limited Warranty
If this boat fails due to a defect in workmanship and materials within two years
from the date of purchase Classic Accessories will repair or replace it free of
charge. Inflating the pontoons without the inflation adaptor will invalidate this
warranty. This warranty gives you specific rights and you may also have other
rights which vary from state to state.
22640 68th Ave. S.
Tel: (253)395-3900
Kent, WA, USA 98032
Fax: (253)395-3991
www.classicaccessories.com
Email: [email protected]
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