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    Opinions opinons opinons. I have my own opinion, but I like asking other people what they think. It's basically a bang for the buck question. Is an older picklefork X-Star 2003-2011 still a good value for 40-50K compared to newer boats and/or other brands?
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    2004 was the first picklefork hull, I believe. 2003 was still the 205V hull.
    2000 Prostar 205V

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      I think it depends on how much you want to surf. In any older boat, you'll need to either add a surf system or use shapers, etc... to get a surf wave. Boats after ~2012 have surf systems built in. This is why they cost so much! If you don't care about surfing, I think an older boat can be a great value. Personally I would avoid the 2001-2008 (or so) mastercraft boats because of the medallion gauge problems, reliable trailer problems. If you don't mind having to fix these systems a boat from this era can be a great value.

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        Originally posted by dpb185 View Post
        2004 was the first picklefork hull, I believe. 2003 was still the 205V hull.
        Pickle fork star came out as a 2003 MY as well
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        • #5
          Originally posted by MC25 View Post

          Pickle fork star came out as a 2003 MY as well
          Both Correct. My 2003 X is the 205V hull. Later half of 2003, was when the pickle came out.

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          • #6
            Really depends on what you're looking to do. If you're looking at wakeboarding primarily, it can be. If you're looking to surf, carry a large crew, and/or a do everything boat, it's not.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Tsumi View Post
              Really depends on what you're looking to do. If you're looking at wakeboarding primarily, it can be. If you're looking to surf, carry a large crew, and/or a do everything boat, it's not.
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