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Thread: 2005 tige 24v wake for surfing

  1. #31
    Join Date
    Jun 2005
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    NorNev
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    45
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    '00 22i Custom Fox Edition
    Did you get a story on the replaced underwater gear? I’d definitely want to drive it. Are you doing a test drive? Inspect that trailer real good. Looks a little rough. Fenders are pretty hammered. They’re both bent. They are pretty cheep to replace but, it’s one more thing. Check the date codes on them tires too. I see a mount for a spare. Where’s the spare? Last service?

    There’s definitely some clean up to do on that amp. That kind of install doesn’t show much craftsmanship. Electrical issue with the gauges, huh?

    Sounds like the price needs to come down a bit.

    That sure is nice tower though. I just noticed the slalom rack. Bonus!
    You'll get your chance, smart guy.

  2. #32
    Leaving tomorrow morning guy not very mechanically inclined says it had a vibration took it to shop strut was slightly bent shaft had some wear so he had all of it replaced and vdrive rebuilt over the winter my current boat doesn’t have perfect pass and that’s one of the main things I was looking forward to in a new boat so hope I can get it fixed cheaply even if it’s just the paddle wheel my wife drives me insa “squirrel “ yaaa you get the point anyway got another 500 off [ATTACH]49058[/ATTACH3FD96652-2415-474A-9320-7C80C7E02DBA.jpg207570FC-5CD3-4DE2-86C9-083FEF9BAA25.jpg809AD993-376D-439E-9690-5DF843DDD6F1.jpg6D35DB33-75F3-4269-8D80-1B9CBDAE30FD.jpgC68D8052-516F-4D57-834B-942482E7C934.jpg50800B5F-ACA9-45E4-BFEA-B93E2D5AE88C.jpg12C6F58A-877B-4CB8-BB61-8160733AB31C.jpgC91E2C48-EE00-4CAD-B37C-355BCAB05A36.jpg5A5A7EFF-8CB9-40B9-BB7A-879EEF80D395.jpg7BCE9874-5D9D-48A0-91AB-FA993666D0CA.jpg]

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    This is the only real bad interior so I’ve been practicing with sewing machine I’m going to attempt to fix it myself

  4. #34
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
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    San Antonio, TX
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    33
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    906
    Boat
    2001 Riders Edition/2100V LTD
    Quote Originally Posted by realrawbdiggity View Post
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    This is the only real bad interior so I’ve been practicing with sewing machine I’m going to attempt to fix it myself
    Very nice looking boat man. My 2100v is starting to crack there as well. I am not to worried about it as getting out on the boat is more of a priority than the little defects. Don't get me wrong, love keeping my boating looking nice... but that part is 18 years old now. lol. Congrats on the investment and looking forward to more pictures!

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  5. #35
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    Jun 2005
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    NorNev
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    '00 22i Custom Fox Edition
    Right on man. Congrats on the new ride. Looking forward to seeing your progress on it.
    You'll get your chance, smart guy.

  6. #36
    thanks guys anyone know off the top of there head what prop i'll need in UT 4500 - 6500 ft i'll have 2 props so oping i can do a patial trade with a shop or someone on here thanks again

  7. #37
    Join Date
    Aug 2013
    Location
    Idaho
    Posts
    97
    Boat
    2001 2300v
    Congrats on the boat! I run a 1617 on mine and I'm at 4800' running around 3000 lbs of ballast. I had to redo my rear hatches too, as I had the same split. Get the CC fixed and then its time for pics on the water!

  8. #38
    Join Date
    Jul 2017
    Location
    Nashville
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    216
    Boat
    2000 21v
    I redid my hatches as well. I didn't sow the pattern back in mine. Stitching gives up before the vinyl IMO. And that area gets a lot of traffic and water. You can see more pics on my profile. I did all the interior. Congrats on the new boat.
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  9. #39
    Quote Originally Posted by gumby View Post
    I redid my hatches as well. I didn't sow the pattern back in mine. Stitching gives up before the vinyl IMO. And that area gets a lot of traffic and water. You can see more pics on my profile. I did all the interior. Congrats on the new boat.
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    Nice Boat interior looks good

  10. #40
    First off thanks to everybody that contributed info on this forum did several hours of research for the taps system which I knew didn’t work ended up pump was completely out of fluid could get it to work with the wires at the pump and gauge was working while I lowered and raised it pulled the throttle apart took out switch did continuity test bad conector right by controller fixed that taps and gauge work woohoo so stoked guy said speedometer didn’t work had my wife spin paddle wheel at transom it works so I’m guessing what he meant was paddle wheel for perfect pass doesn’t work I’ve been all over under the dash last two days after work and what I’ve found was a wire from perfect pass red one that runs to speedometer that’s disconnected haven’t fixed that yet and when I was looking at the brain for the perfect pass where it’s labeled paddle wheel there was nothing there so traced wires from paddle wheel and they were hooked up in wrong spot next to it were it says power anyway long *** post I know D5098A0D-5EE6-48D0-A20B-A0024A083CE7.jpgF090AEBD-4960-4530-AE67-04D553FE5D88.jpg

  11. #41
    One more thing the tachometer doesn’t work I know it’s the grey wire just wondering if it’s in the right spot thanks again everyone I really appreciate this site 91D8D84B-4CF9-44BD-BB5E-0344EA801FAE.jpg91D8D84B-4CF9-44BD-BB5E-0344EA801FAE.jpg

  12. #42
    Join Date
    Apr 2017
    Location
    Spokane, WA
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    321
    Boat
    2009 24ve
    I personally have ridden behind contest weighted centurion ri’s, supremes, g23 and I wasn’t super impressed. Kind of a small flatter wave but not a good steep surf style wave with a well defined lip and good transition. My older Tige 24ve makes a great wave with the right weight in it and prefer it over these boats. The 24 foot older tigers make a great wave!


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