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  1. We make Tige Boat Tarps!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Denham Awning Makers View Post
    At Denham Awning Makers - DAM Covers - for over 40 years we have been manufacturing premium quality/custom fit Boat Tarps.

    We manufacture the ideal boat tarp for both storage and transportation. Denham Awning Makers has developed a system of patterning and cataloging thousands of model specific boat tarps, to give you a custom fit every time.
    Only quality materials and workmanship go into the production of our tarps. Marine Finish Canvas or Solution Dyed Polyester,
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  2. Very stiff steering

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisSnow View Post
    Rudder removal is easy. Inside the boat on the arm on the rudder there is a bolt or two and it slides out the bottom. The bonded housing says on the boat and the rudder just slides out on the shaft. Will need to grease it up when refitting.

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  3. How much ballast is to much

    I bought a 07 tige 24ve last year and love it this year I'm just getting into wake surfing and finally getting it tuned in for a great wake to surf on . I wanted to keep it as original as I can, it does have the factory ballast system . So I currently have the 2 -300 pound factory tanks in the back I also have 2 -750 pound sacs in the lockers and I have 2-370 pound sacks in the side seats and the 300 pound factory in the front . I actually took the sacks out of the side seats and placed one ...
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  4. Mission Delta Surf Shaper for R20

    I have a 2015 Tige' R20. Anyone try the mission delta surf shaper on it? If so, how much weight would you recommend in the port and starboard ballast lockers?
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  5. It is not too early to think about restoring your gel coat

    Gel coat oxidation can be seen by the fading of color as well as the chalky feel that is on the surface. Oxidation which is caused by UV degradation of the gel coat is caused by several factors ranging from chemical exposure to environmental.

    Step 1 Surface Prep
    1. Surface Prep, Gel Coat Oxidation and Scratch Removal

    To effectively remove oxidation and deep scratches the surface of your boat’s hull needs to be abraded starting with wet sanding in severe cases ...
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