1 OWNER S MANUAL Sun Dolphin Fishing Boats Rev.2 10/ Sun Dolphin Drive Muskegon, Michigan phone fax website
2 Congratulations on the recent purchase of your new fishing boat! You have purchased a boat from one of the nation s leading manufacturers of small boats. Your boat represents years of commitment to product design, excellence in engineering and quality in manufacturing. With proper care and maintenance your boat should last for many years to come. Please call our helpful and knowledgeable Customer Support Department if you have any questions or concerns. IMPORTANT This manual has been compiled to help you operate your boat with safety and pleasure. It contains details of the boat, the equipment (supplied or fitted), its systems and information on its operation and maintenance. Please read it carefully and familiarize yourself with the boat before using. If this is your first boat or you are changing to a small boat you are not familiar with, for your own comfort and safety, please ensure that you obtain handling and operating experience before assuming command of the boat. Your local dealer will be pleased to advise you of its operation or direct you to local schools or competent instructors. ABOUT YOUR FISHING BOAT Deck and Hull Your fishing boat is manufactured from High Density Polyethylene (HDPE). It is a very durable material. Our specially formulated HDPE has an ultra-violet inhibitor blended throughout the material to reduce color fade and maintain its strength. Polyethylene is a somewhat flexible material with some memory. This means it has a tendency to return to its original molded shape if distorted. Capacity and Flotation The capacity of your boat, in both passengers and added cargo, is determined by the boat s size and flotation. Each boat has a capacity tag clearly displayed on the craft. Flotation is provided by closed cell foam located between the deck and hull. The foam is strategically placed to provide flotation under normal loading conditions. All Sun Dolphin Pro models meet U.S. Coast Guard safety standards and are CE certified. PAPERWORK Warranty Registration To properly register your boat with KL Outdoor for warranty validation please fill out the warranty registration form online at Please review our full warranty statement. The serial number can be found on the outside of the hull in the back right corner just under the rubrail. See Photo #1. Photo #1 Serial Number Location Pro 120 shown
3 Manufacturer s Statement of Origin (MSO) Each boat comes with a document called a Manufacturer s Statement of Origin (MSO). Think of it like the title to your car. It s your proof, along with your sales receipt, of ownership. You ll need both the MSO completed and signed by the retailer and your sales receipt to register the boat with your state licensing bureau. Most states require that you register your boat if it has a motor or will be used with a motor. Also, several states require you to register the boat if it exceeds a certain length. To determine the registration requirements please check with your state licensing bureau. This varies from state to state but is often the Secretary of State, Department of Natural Resources or the Department of Motor Vehicles. Owner s Manual Keep your owner s manual for future reference. It is a good idea to write down the following information: Serial Number Date of Purchase Purchased from SETTING UP YOUR FISHING BOAT Components and Basic Set-Up Please follow the recommended steps to prepare your boat. Note: the manual will refer to different models. The large decal on the side of the boat shows the model. Parts The Pro 120 comes with: (2) padded seats, (2) kingpin swivels, (2) pedestals, (3) transom drain plugs installed, (1) drain plug installed in front/center cooler, (1) stern light (located under the rear casting deck) and (1) trolling motor plug. The Pro 102 comes with: (2) padded seats, (2) kingpin swivels, (3) drain plugs installed, (1) stern light, (1) bow light, (1) battery box, (1) accessory kit and (1) trolling motor plug. The Pro 94 comes with: (2) seats, (2) kingpin swivels, (3) drain plugs installed, (1) battery strap and (1) trolling motor plug. The American 12 Jon Boat comes with: (2) drain plugs installed. The Sportsman comes with (2) swivel seats, (2) seat supports, (1) drain plug installed and (1) trolling motor plug. Applying Decals Before applying boat registration decals, clean the area with alcohol or any solvent that does not leave a residue. Make sure solvent is put aside and is dry. Using a propane torch, lightly pass the flame back and forth over the area where the decals will be applied. Do not try to heat the surface. This process will enhance the adhesion of the decals.
4 Installing the Seats Follow seat installation instructions provided with seats. Note: the American 12 Jon Boat does not come with seats. Installing Drain Plugs Just like any boat, your boat may take on some water. Because of its flexible nature, a polyethylene boat is prone to accumulate a small amount of water between the deck and hull. Water may accumulate between the deck and hull due to rain, waves and condensation. This is normal, not a defect, and should be drained after use. Remove the plug and lift the bow of the boat (lift the stern on the Pro 94 and Sportsman models) so all the water drains to the transom. Please be sure to secure the drain plug after draining. The Pro 120 has three drain plugs located on the transom. One drains the water from the livewell, another drain eliminates any water which condenses or seeps between the deck and hull. The third plug drains the water that gets onto the deck. The built-in cooler in the bow has a drain which empties between the deck and hull. See Photo #2. The Pro 102 has three drain plugs. Two are located on the transom. One drains the water that gets onto the deck. The other eliminates any water which condenses or seeps between the deck and hull. The third is located in the livewell. The Pro 94 has three drain plugs. One drains the water that gets onto the deck and is located on the transom. Another drain eliminates any water which condenses or seeps between the deck and hull and is located on the bow just above the bow eye. The third is located in the livewell. Deck Hull Livewell Photo #2 Drain Plug Locations Pro 120 shown The American 12 Jon boat has two drain plugs. One drains the water that gets onto the deck (back well area only) and is located on the transom. The other eliminates any water which condenses or seeps between the deck and hull. The Sportsman has one drain plug. It eliminates any water which condenses or seeps between the deck and hull. Photo #3 Control Panel Pro 120 shown Electrical Power Use a 12V Deep Cycle Marine Battery (not included) available from marine dealers, outdoor retailers and mass merchandisers. To install, place the battery in the battery compartment, battery case or battery area depending on the model. Make sure the battery is secured using a holding strap so it can t bounce or slide inside the compartment. Note: the American 12 Jon and Sportsman do not come with battery straps. The weight and sharp corners of the battery could crack the compartment liner. Connect the wires as follows: RED to POSITIVE (+) terminal BLACK to NEGATIVE (-) terminal
5 Installing Oar Locks (if desired) Note: not all models include an Oarlock Kit. If you would like an Oarlock Kit, it is available for purchase. To install follow the instructions included with the Oarlock Kit. Note: that if the installation instructions are not followed, the oarlocks may come loose and the boat may be damaged. You will also need oars, which are available from KL Outdoor. Please call our Customer Support Department or order online Mounting a Small Outboard Motor If you wish to use an outboard motor, attach it to the transom following the instructions provided with the motor. Do not mount a motor with a horsepower rating higher than the rating on the boat capacity plate. A standard short shaft is recommended. The Pro 120 is designed with a planing hull. However, it likely will not plane with less than a 9.9 HP motor. Two-cycle outboards generally provide better performance on a small boat because they are lighter in weight than four-cycle motors. Installing a Trolling Motor The Pro 120 model has a bow socket to connect a trolling motor. A foot controlled trolling motor may also be used with this model. A deck motor mount is available for purchase. Please contact our Customer Support Department or order online at Maximum thrust: 55 lbs. Shaft length: standard. Note: the Pro 120 has a feed tube from the front compartment to the battery compartment in the back of the boat to internally feed the wires from bow to stern for direct hook up to the battery. The Pro 102 model has sockets to connect a trolling motor to either the bow or transom of the boat. Maximum thrust: 40 lbs. Shaft length: standard. The Pro 94 model has a transom socket to connect a trolling motor. Maximum thrust: 40 lbs. Shaft length: standard. For the American 12 Jon boat connect the trolling motor wires directly to the battery. Maximum thrust: 40 lbs. Shaft length: standard. The Sportsman model has a bow socket to connect a trolling motor. Maximum thrust: 40 lbs. Shaft length: standard. Many trolling motors come with alligator clips or ring connectors for direct connection to a battery. To plug the trolling motor into the socket, you may need to replace the clips or connectors with a male plug (included with accessory packet). To do this:
6 1. Cut the trolling motor power wires just behind the alligator clips or ring connectors and strip about ½ of the insulation from the end of these wires. 2. Connect the trolling motor power wires to the plug wires using the connectors included in the accessory packet or by soldering. Note: Be sure to connect the same color wires together: the RED wire on the plug is positive (+) the BLACK wire is negative (-). Consult the trolling motor instructions for more details. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS OVERVIEW Navigation Lights If you operate the boat after dusk or before dawn you must have navigation lighting that meets US Coast Guard standards. If you are anchored or not moving only the stern light (sometimes called an all around light) should be on. If the boat is moving or underway both the bow lights and stern light must be on. The Pro 120 is equipped with built-in bow lights (red/green). The stern light is operated by installing the light pole into the socket. The lights can be operated by the control panel on the rear, starboard side of the boat. The Pro 102 navigation lighting is operated by installing the light poles into the sockets. The bow lights (red & green) are installed into the front socket and the stern light is installed into the rear socket. On models with bow and stern trolling motor plugs, be sure to connect both circuits to the battery. There will be two red and two black wires. Connect both red wires to + (positive) battery terminal. Connect both black wires to - (negative) battery terminal. The Pro 94, American 12 Jon and Sportsman are not equipped with navigation lighting. Livewell Aerator Pump If your boat has an aerator pump, it is controlled by a switch on the control panel located on the starboard side of the boat for the Pro 120 and the on/off switch for the Pro 102. Circuit Breakers The Pro 120 uses a 3 amp. circuit breaker is used for the lights and aerator and a 50 amp. circuit breaker is used for the front trolling motor connection. If any of your electrical systems are not working, try resetting the circuit breaker by pushing the breaker button found on the control panel.
7 The Pro 102 uses 3 amp. in-line fuses for the lights and aerator and a 50 amp. for the trolling motor. If any of your electrical systems are not working, check the in-line fuses located next to the battery terminals in the wire. Replace if necessary. INSTALLING ACCESSORIES Fish Finders/Depth Finders Pro 120 and American 12 Jon 1. Hook up power for the fish finder or other accessories. The power will need to be connected directly to the battery. Since this is not a fused connection, please see the installation instructions included with the fish finder. 2. Place the main unit of the fish finder or other accessory on the deck in any location that is convenient. 3. The transducer for the fish finder can be mounted to the trolling motor using stainless steel hose clamps. The transducer can also be mounted on a raised mounting block located on the port (left) side of the transom for the Pro 102 and Pro 94. This raised mounting block has a small piece of durawood behind it as a backer. Do not mount the transducer anywhere else on the transom. There are no other wood backers (except for the center section where the motor is mounted). Mounting onto the plastic itself will not provide adequate support, and will create a leak in the hull. Fish Finders/Depth Finders Pro 120 The transducer for the fish finder may be mounted on either side of the stern. See photo #6. Use caulking to seal the mounting screws and locate the transducer away from the turbulence. The transom consists of 1 plywood. The transducer can be placed on either side per the diagram. Do not mount into the outside sponson because there is only the material thickness of the hull to screw to and a leak will result. Photo #6 Mounting Locations Pro 120 & American 12 Jon See the instructions from the fish finder manufacturer for more details.
8 SECURITY MEASURES Review the maximum capacities on the capacity plate, located on the rear starboard side of the deck. Ensure you are safely within these limits. Make sure your drain plugs are installed and secure. When the boat is under power, it is advised that the operator and any passengers remove the seat pedestal (Pro 120 only) and place the seat directly into the seat base. Do not sit elevated in the pedestal seats while the boat is in motion. Never use or consume alcohol, drugs or any other substance that may affect your coordination, judgment or ability to safely operate the fishing boat. Slippery when wet: The deck material may be slippery when wet. Always wear slip-resistant shoes. Hypothermia: Hypothermia (the loss of body heat due to immersion in cold waters) can be deadly. Survival time can be as short as 15 minutes in 35 degree F (2 degree C) water. Dress appropriately for weather conditions. Never allow minors to use this fishing boat without adult supervision. Always tell someone your boating plans. Inform others of your boating plans, including where you are going, how long you will be gone and when you expect to return. Never use this fishing boat in severe weather conditions. WARNING Read the following information before using your fishing boat. Failure to follow the warning precautions below may lead to serious injury including the possibility of death. This fishing boat is designed for leisure. The fishing boat could be damaged and (or) the occupants could be severely injured should they attempt to utilize it in any other way. Make sure all passengers are wearing a Coast Guard approved Personal Flotation Device (PFD) when using this fishing boat. Before using, read the PFD manufacturer s information pamphlet regarding the PFD and thoroughly familiarize yourself with how the PFD is to be worn.
9 OPERATING THE BOAT Launching Tips When launching the boat from shore it is better to enlist the help of a bystander or passenger to help lift the boat and carry it to the water. You can drag the boat but carrying it will prevent excessive hull abrasion over time. Be sure motor is tilted up to prevent damage when lowering the boat into the water. If launching from a trailer, make sure to remove all tie downs before backing onto the launching ramp. Make sure to install all drain plugs before putting the boat in the water. When entering the boat, step in the center of the boat so the boat remains stable. Do not step on the gunwale (top edge of the side of the boat), which could cause the boat to tip. After the boat is in the water, but before leaving from shore, check to make sure the boat sits reasonably level fore to aft and side to side. If not, redistribute the items you have on board. Be especially conscious of the shore condition. Sharp rocks, sharp edges on break walls, concrete aprons, etc. can seriously chafe the hull if you drag or slide the boat over these surfaces. Mooring and Docking Avoid mooring or docking in very shallow water where the hull will hit bottom. Use boat fenders or other cushioning to prevent wave action from scraping the hull against the dock. Livewell Operation Fill the livewell about 2/3 full of water. Do not overfill. The excess water will seep between the hull and deck. Try to use cool water. Cooler water reduces the fish s need for oxygen. Keep the lid closed when possible to help keep the water cool. The Pro 102 and Pro 120 models have a recirculating aerator pump. It s not necessary to run the pump continuously to keep fish alive. Running it for five minutes or so every ½ hour is adequate if the water is cool, longer if the water is warm. Sometimes the pump intake vanes and spray head parts can become clogged with debris. Periodically check them and clean when necessary. The pump draws approximately 1 ½ 12 VDC. The switch is on the electrical control panel. Drain the livewell by removing the drain plug. Navigation Lights (available on Pro 102 and Pro 120 models) The lights should always be used if there are poor lighting conditions, e.g. dusk, dawn, fog etc. If you are anchored or not moving only the stern light (sometimes called an all around light) should be on. If the boat is moving or underway both the bow lights and stern light must be on. See Electrical Systems Overview for light installation instructions.
10 Traveling Across the Water Do not be concerned if you notice a slight hull flexing during use. The boat is designed to flex and absorb minor bumps without damage. This flexing is one of the great advantages of polyethylene. Trim/Planing (all models) The Pro 120 is designed with a planing hull. However it likely will not plane with less than a 9.9 HP motor. Two-cycle outboards generally provide better performance on a small boat because they are lighter in weight than four-cycle motors. Photo #4 Correct The Pro 94, Pro 102, American 12 Jon and Sportsman models are not designed to plane. However, they will travel smoothly if loaded and trimmed properly. With most outboard motors, you can adjust the trim. This is the angle between the power unit of the motor (prop) and the transom of the boat. If the motor is angled out too far, the bow will rise sharply when power is applied. When the prop is angled too close to the transom, it will tend to push the bow down when power is applied. Photo #5 Incorrect Adjusting the weight distribution in the boat will also help the boat travel smoothly. If the bow lifts too much, shift more of the weight forward. If the bow tends to plow down in the water, shift weight toward the stern. TRANSPORTING Transporting by Pickup Truck All models can be conveniently transported in the back of a full size pickup truck. Be sure to tie the boat down snugly using several tie down straps. Do not over tighten the straps. This will distort the deck and hull. Trailering If your boat will be transported on a trailer here are some important considerations. See Photos #4 & #5. Ensure that the trailer has supporting bunks that are 5 to 8 long. They should be made from 2 x 4 or 2 x 6 stock turned wide side up. If the trailer doesn t have bunk supports this size, you ll need to make them. Transporting and especially storing a boat on a trailer with too short or too narrow supports will cause the hull to dent and will significantly reduce performance. Do not wind the winch too tight. Just enough to snug it against the winch stop is adequate. Over tightening may distort the bow over time. Loosen the transom or gunwale tie down straps if the boat will be left on the trailer for more than 1-2 days. If the straps are left tight the boat may distort under pressure.
11 CARE AND MAINTENANCE With minimal care and maintenance, your boat has been designed to provide you with many years of enjoyment. HDPE is very impact resistant but it is vulnerable to excess abrasion. Avoid dragging the boat across gravel, asphalt or concrete. If you wear a hole in the boat below the waterline HDPE is very difficult to repair. Nothing sticks to HDPE other than molten HDPE. Most adhesives even those that are very aggressive will only make a temporary bond and probably will not be waterproof. Drain any water accumulated between your deck and hull. Your boat can be cleaned with warm water and any standard detergents. More difficult stains, such as brackish watermarks, may be cleaned with a petroleum based cleaner. Read the manufacturers instructions carefully before using any cleaner. Do not use Armour-All or other plastic conditioner products. They can discolor and even weaken the plastic. Do not use abrasive cleaning products. If your boat will be used in salt-water environments, it is suggested that the boat and components be rinsed thoroughly with fresh water after each use. Barnacles and other marine life will form on the hull surface if the boat is left in salt or brackish water for extended periods of time. Carefully scrape off the hull surface periodically with a putty knife or stiff brush. They ll be easier to remove if you keep the surface wet. Painting the hull with antifouling bottom preservative will help minimize barnacle and algae buildup. Periodically check and clean the battery terminals and wire leads. Remove corrosion from trolling motor harness connections. Spray electrical connectors with a lubricant such as Super Lube or CRC 56. Periodically check the operation of the aerator and lights. Periodically inspect all bolts and screws to ensure proper performance and safety. The carpet on the Pro 120 model is manufactured from 100% UV stabilized weather resistant polypropylene and can be cleaned with any standard carpet cleaner. Polyethylene is a somewhat flexible material with some memory. This means it has a tendency to return to its original molded shape if distorted. If this occurs follow these steps: 1. Relieve the pressure that caused the dent or distortion by supporting the boat differently or removing gear or the motor etc. 2. Place the boat in the warm sun. Usually the south side of a building is the warmest spot. As the boat warms up usually (but not always) the boat will return to its original molded shape. This may take a few hours or a couple of weeks depending upon outside temperatures and the degree of distortion.
12 STORAGE Remove the boat from the water. Leaving the boat in the water for any longer than a few days will promote algae growth on the hull. Winter can be very hard on boats. We advise cleaning and coating electrical fittings with CRC 56 or battery terminal protectant prior to storage. For best results we suggest a mooring cover, which prevents water and debris from accumulating. Custom fit boat covers are available from KL Outdoor. Please call our Customer Support Department or order online at If possible store your boat in a garage or barn. Make sure all water is drained from between the deck and hull. When storing your boat, open the drain plug and tilt the bow up for the Pro 102 and Pro 120 models to ensure proper drainage. Tilt the Pro 94 stern up because the drain is in the bow of the boat. Don t allow water to accumulate between the deck and hull and freeze. Freezing damages the flotation foam. Close the cap on the bow and/or stern light sockets on the Pro 102 and Pro 120 models. Remove all seats, fuel tanks, batteries, motor and other accessories. Don t fill the boat with gear. Release the tension from winch and tie down straps. Don t store the boat on sawhorses. OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES Order online at
13 Sportsman Built-in front motor mount Mooring cleats Adjustable and removable swivel seats Recessed drink and tackle holders Prewired for electric trolling motor Durable seat supports Please Choose Your Model Pro 120 Convenient handrails Rugged UV stabilized Fortiflex High Density Polyethylene deck and hull Built-in rear motor mount Protective vinyl rubrail Formed battery location Recessed drink and tackle holders Prewired for electric trolling motor Rod holders Cooler or storage compartments Stainless steel bow eye Built-in front electric motor mount Two padded swivel seats Tri-hull design for superior stability and control Four mooring cleats Aerated livewell Auxiliary battery compartment Battery compartment Carpeted casting decks over pressure treated 3/4 plywood Oarlock sockets Fuel tank storage Anodized aluminum handrails Rugged UV stabilized Fortiflex High Density Polyethylene deck and hull ALSO FEATURES: Meets CE & US Coast Guard safety standards Closed cell polystyrene foam flotation Carrying handles Specifications Length cm Width cm Height 20 51cm Weight 100 lbs. 45kg Capacity 550 lbs. 249kg HP Rating 3 Also Features: Meets CE and US Coast Guard Safety Standards Polyurethane foam injected floor with aluminum stringers for rigidity Closed cell polystyrene foam flotation Fused control panel Navigation lights Specifications Length cm Width cm Height 24 61cm Weight 238 lbs. 108kg Capacity 600 lbs. 272kg HP Rating 15* * Not recommended for 4-cycle motors over 8 hp
14 Please Choose Your Model Pro 94 Pro 102 Built-in trolling motor mount Livewell with drain Twin swivel fishing chairs Trolling motor plug-in socket Bow navigation light Livewell with aerator Twin padded swivel fishing chairs Built-in trolling motor mount Thru-transom drain Tie-down/ mooring cleats Battery compartment (battery not included) Trolling motor socket Mooring Cleat Battery box (battery not included) Also Features: Meets CE and US Coast Guard Safety Standards Made of durable, dent-resistant High Density Polyethylene Fits in the back of a pick-up, no trailer needed Pre-wired for trolling motor Livewell with drain Specifications Length cm Width cm Height 23¼ 59cm Weight 150 lbs. 68kg Capacity 439 lbs. 199kg HP Rating 5 Also Features: Meets US Coast Guard Safety Standards Fits in the back of a pick-up, no trailer needed Pre-wired for trolling motor at bow and stern Livewell with aerator pump Specifications Length cm Width cm Height 23 58cm Weight 165 lbs. 75kg Capacity 435 lbs. 197kg HP Rating 7
15 American 12 Jon Boat Built-in front electric motor mount Battery storage locations fore/aft Oarlock sockets Large seating area Recessed drink and Four rod tackle holder holders locations Fuel tank storage Recessed grip wells for easy transport Stainless steel bow eye Extra storage Shallow draft flat hull design Exclusive mold design ensures rigidity Protective vinyl rubrail Rugged UV stabilized Fortiflex High Density Polyethylene deck and hull ALSO FEATURES: Meets CE & US Coast Guard Safety Standards Closed cell polystyrene foam flotation Specifications Length cm Width cm Height 21 53cm Weight 110 lbs. 50kg Capacity 510 lbs. 231kg HP Rating 6
16 LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY GENERAL INFORMATION Your KL Outdoor product represents years of commitment to product design, excellence in engineering and quality in manufacturing. With proper care and maintenance, your KL Outdoor product should last for many years to come. If you have any questions or need technical support, please go to the Contact Us section of our website at or contact our Customer Service Department at Do not return your KL Outdoor Product to the retailer. If you have any questions regarding a product, please first contact us. In order to provide you with efficient and accurate service, please have the following information available: model and serial number, date and proof of purchase. PLEASE, ALWAYS REMEMBER TO WEAR A PROPER PERSONAL FLOATATION DEVICE WHEN USING OUR BOAT PRODUCTS. ALWAYS CHECK WEATHER CONDITONS, OBSERVE ALL COAST GUARD SMALL CRAFT WARNINGS, AND PROPERLY SUPERVISE CHILDREN USING BOAT PRODUCTS. HOW TO REGISTER YOUR BOAT This Limited Lifetime Warranty is not valid unless registration is submitted within 30 days of retail purchase. Please register your Product via our website at TERMS OF LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY KL Outdoor s Limited Warranty is subject to the Exclusions and Limitations set forth below and is valid only if the product i) is properly cared for and maintained, in accordance with the applicable user manual, and ii) is used for the intended purpose for which it was designed. KL Outdoor warrants to the original owner of any KL Outdoor product purchased from an authorized dealer or retail outlet, for the period set forth below with respect to the applicable product ( Product Warranty Term ), against any defects in workmanship. Products with valid claims for such defects will be repaired or replaced, without charge, at the purchasers local authorized dealer or at KL Outdoor. This warranty is non-transferable. PRODUCT WARRANTY TERM* Boat Deck and Hull: Limited Lifetime to the original owner only; Boat components: one (1) year; Terrain Sleds: two (2) years; Terrain Hunting Blinds: one (1) year *Subject to Exclusion and Limitations below. Product Warranty Term is measured from date of purchase. EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS This warranty does not cover: 1. Damage caused by accidents, vandalism, abuse, misuse, neglect or carelessness. 2. Any defect cause by alteration or modification. 3. Any product used for rental or commercial purposes. 4. Damage caused by Mother Nature, environmental conditions or other causes beyond the control of KL Outdoor, including without limit sun-exposure fade. 5. Deterioration from normal wear or exposure. 6. Any defect which would not have occurred if instructions in the owner s manual had been properly followed. 7. Abrasion damages to the deck or hull of any boat product or other products. 8. Damages incurred in possession of a freight company or any other third party. 9. Loss of electronic devices. We do not have any water proof compartments in our boats and caution should be taken when bringing any electronic devices in any boat product. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IS IN LIEU OF ANY AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMIT ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR OTHER WARRANTY OF QUALITY, WHETHER OR NOT EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. CLAIMS PROCEDURE The return of any KL Outdoor product subject to a valid Limited Warranty claim will not be accepted without a return authorization number. The retailer can obtain this number by contacting our Customer Service Department. Any claim under this Limited Warranty must be communicated via our website at or by contacting Customer Service. Please have the following information available: model, serial number, proof of purchase and photos of the defect. KL Outdoor will evaluate the information and determine if it is a valid defect in workmanship prior to issuing a return authorization number. KL Outdoor reserves the right to discontinue and make changes in any of its products. In the event that products covered by this Limited Warranty are not available, KL Outdoor shall have the right to substitute products at KL Outdoor s sole discretion of comparable grade, quality or price. Waiver of one or more claims procedures shall not act to void or waive any other term of this Limited Warranty or any future occurrence of the provision waived. Freight to and from your local dealer, retailer or KL Outdoor is at the owner s expense. KL Outdoor is not responsible Warranty for any damages incurred in transport, for storing or for inconvenience or loss of time or money while repairs or replacements are being made. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY ALL INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, AND/OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES are excluded from this Limited Warranty. Implied warranties, to the extent prohibited from exclusion hereunder by a specific State law, are limited to the Product Warranty Term of this Limited Warranty in such State jurisdictions. To the extent a specific State does not allow i) limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, or ii) the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, then the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you provided you are otherwise subject to such State jurisdiction. This Limited Warranty gives you special legal rights and you may also have other legal rights which may vary from state to State to the extent not limited hereunder. This Limited Warranty only covers products within the continental United States, Canada and Mexico. No warranty is offered on any KL Outdoor Product sold in any other country. Rev.3 10/2016
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