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  • neil.anderson63
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    Just completed a bow to stern SeaDek install. Super happy with the results. Went through SC Wake; excellent folks to do business with.

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  • mike koen
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    Custom made side curtains made at Nautical Marine . Now the x14 is completely protected from the elements when on the trailer. Where do I get speaker can covers? Sorry no pictures it is dark out !!

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  • Prostar 190
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    Put new Hub/Rotor, bearings,seals,and brake pads on. Will be putting the new Vault caps on when the extra tube of hybrid grease comes one tube was just short of filling the hubs and the caps.
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  • CantRepeat
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    Originally posted by neil.anderson63 View Post

    Tim - Thank you for the tip. I ran the drill in reverse to start the hole. Realized I didn't have tape when I got to the boat. As for the tape; I had the tape set out at home and forgot it when my dog ran after a jogger in front of my house. No joggers or my dog were harmed! She is part Cattle dog. Cattle dogs can't resist joggers, bikes, skateboards, scooters...
    Which is why I no longer jog by your house nowadays!!!

    Glad it all worked out for you!

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  • neil.anderson63
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    Originally posted by CantRepeat View Post
    Neil, after thought pro tip for you.

    When ever you are drilling or hole sawing gelcoat, always put down some of that blue masking tape and start the drill in reverse until you get through the gelcoat. I helps prevent the gelcoat from splintering.
    Tim - Thank you for the tip. I ran the drill in reverse to start the hole. Realized I didn't have tape when I got to the boat. As for the tape; I had the tape set out at home and forgot it when my dog ran after a jogger in front of my house. No joggers or my dog were harmed! She is part Cattle dog. Cattle dogs can't resist joggers, bikes, skateboards, scooters...

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  • CantRepeat
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    Neil, after thought pro tip for you.

    When ever you are drilling or hole sawing gelcoat, always put down some of that blue masking tape and start the drill in reverse until you get through the gelcoat. I helps prevent the gelcoat from splintering.

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  • neil.anderson63
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    Installed a trash bin on the X25. Intended to do this to my X2. There is a bunch of space between the cooler and the ballast tank under the stern corner seat. So, right out of the gate I cut the bottom off of a recessed cup holder, hole saw for the cup holder and trimmed the top edge of a $3.00 bin from Wal-Mart to clear the handle bracket of the cooler. The trimmed part is actually an unthought of happy accident; it holds the bin in place nicely. I'm still searching for a larger bin that is more rectangular. The one I have is 2.5 gallon and a regular plastic grocery bag works great as a liner.
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  • MarCraft1991
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    Finally got around to making a new table out of my old platform teak strips I had left over from replacing the end pieces last year. All the extra holes are from the roofing nails and such that the last owner had used to secure the loose/broken pieces before I replaced them—ouch, but now just a funny memory for me!

    May have to rethink storage so close to those PP wires, haha. Also took the folding hinges off my old table, put a noodle on it, and it makes a great floating table!

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  • trikepilot
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    My OEM cover was looking pretty bad after 3 seasons of outdoor (albeit under roof) use 24/7. The north side had literally turned green with algae.

    I laid it out on the dock, wet it down and scrubbed with a brush using simple green. I then tossed it into the lake and rinsed it off. That huge thing about drowned me!

    I then let it air dry for a few days before applying 303 Marine Fabric Guard. Should be good for a few more seasons.

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  • Taco47001
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    Originally posted by lakedrum03 View Post
    Just picked up the old girl yesterday from Viper. I say they knocked it out of the park.
    Domed numbers can make you a center shield emblem for that steering wheel to put the icing on the cake.....

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  • RxMC
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    Wish I could take my platform off like that '94.

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  • RxMC
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    Hoping to get the trusty ProStar out of it's eight month storage today! Work on it? Probably not with the 4th being Monday.
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  • CantRepeat
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    Originally posted by neil.anderson63 View Post
    Tim - Nice new gleam. When you find that center console rig - If I'm in a slushy position, I'd be a player for this one.
    Thanks!! And I'm still looking.

    The 94 is going to a nice boat when I'm all done. Rebuild the trans and put in a new long block and it's running great! So good that I can now turn my attention to the cosmetic side of things!

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  • neil.anderson63
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    Tim - Nice new gleam. When you find that center console rig - If I'm in a slushy position, I'd be a player for this one.

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  • CantRepeat
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    Some light cosmetics.

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