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Thread: My winter project build thread!

  1. #91
    Some more updates!!! I can taste the finish line!!!



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  2. #92
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carranza913 View Post
    Yes I doo like the idea. There are so many wires under my helm right now I think I will probably try to make it to the main switch if possible. If I can do that great. If I cant I will just hook them straight to house bank. They are fused and have switches so all is well.
    I installed a ballast main switch too only because in that location, I found myself constantly hitting those switches with my knee so they would be on accidentally.


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  3. #93
    I might have missed it but your courtesy lights, much brighter than the oem ones? Where did you pick them up? OEM lights are next to useless other than mood lighting

  4. #94
    Yes I just ordered them off amazon.. "Marine white courtesy light" I am pleased with them.. They still are not as bright as I would like with 3 of them but for sure an improvement over factory. Disclaimer. I did have to drill new holes as they do not fit the factory screw holes. I will post in time how they hold up but they seem to be sealed very well.

    I dont feel like I will bump the switches often as I hardly ever sit forward but only time will tell. If I need to I can fab up a box that will cover the switches. I ended up wiring them to the single switch.

  5. #95
    Fabbed up a replacement for the tow bar. Last year I slipped on the decking and landed on it.. the kids have been very very close to slipping and hitting their head. In my opinion it is a terrible design!


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  6. #96
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    Awesome! I can't tell you how many times on the 20v my wife screamed out a few choice words when she hit that thing! I'm glad the new boast doesn't have one like that.

  7. #97
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    Parker, TX
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    Tige R23
    Quote Originally Posted by Carranza913 View Post
    Fabbed up a replacement for the tow bar. Last year I slipped on the decking and landed on it.. the kids have been very very close to slipping and hitting their head. In my opinion it is a terrible design!


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    A friend of mine replaced his with a “safety pole” aka a 6ft stripper pole. Lol


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  8. #98


    Wondering if I should be worried about the last two pics.. it appears my prop shaft is just slightly off center. Finishing up one step at a time.


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  9. #99
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    2007 22ve
    I can’t imagine that small of a difference would hurt anything. I wouldn’t sweat it unless I was feeling something strange or it was making noise.

  10. #100
    Omg!!! So close and it was 60 degrees today!! Hurry up summer!!



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  11. #101
    All that hard work paid off! She lives!!!!




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  13. #103
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    Lake Tapps, WA
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    2016 R20
    Looks good


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  14. #104
    Well she got some collinite cleaner followed by some collinite fiberglass wax followed by a coat of hot sauce. She is ready for her maiden voyage! Trying out the nauticurl.




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  15. #105
    Here are some wave pics first time out. Overall I think it is much better than last year. Probably had about 400 in the bow and about 1500 in the rear taps 5 or 6 speed around 11.5 and nauticurl right at the water line all the way back.



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