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Blackfin Skeg expands Web site

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Blackfin Skeg has introduced its newly updated and expanded Web site at www.blackfinskeg.com.

This new site features video clip demonstrations of product usage and installation, downloadable images and new interactive product features. It’s easy to navigate and provides faster Web browsing using the latest technology available, according to the company.

“We have implemented a number of new features that make navigation of this site simple,” said Wade Atchley, director of marketing, in a statement.

“The downloadable videos will provide invaluable information to visitors to the site, showing them not only the durability and performance enhancing qualities of the Blackfin Skeg, but also how easy it is to install at home. This new site will aid us in our goal of keeping our customers up-to-date and well informed,” he added.

Designed to fix, protect and perform, the Blackfin Skeg is made from a proprietary high-impact composite material featuring two tapered wings on each side for structural reinforcement and lift at every angle of engine trim.

The Blackfin Skeg also features a sacrificial node on the bottom, limiting the engine’s skeg from plowing into underwater objects, and designed to turn the engine slightly on side impact for more prop protection.

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