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Old 03-28-2018, 08:51 PM
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We finally picked up the boat today. It looks great and I know we will love it. Now come the questions for the other owners on here.

1- those with the over the tower cover, do you have any pooling in the front or rear area when it rains? Seems like the cover is pretty loose. Especially in the front. Almost like the support poles should be 3-4 inches longer.

2- may be a dumb question but this is my first boat with dual batteries. When putting on trickle charge which battery do you hook the charger to?

Im sure I will have more questions as we get out more but any help from here would be great.


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Old 03-28-2018, 11:12 PM
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We finally picked up the boat today. It looks great and I know we will love it. Now come the questions for the other owners on here.

1- those with the over the tower cover, do you have any pooling in the front or rear area when it rains? Seems like the cover is pretty loose. Especially in the front. Almost like the support poles should be 3-4 inches longer.

2- may be a dumb question but this is my first boat with dual batteries. When putting on trickle charge which battery do you hook the charger to?

Im sure I will have more questions as we get out more but any help from here would be great.


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I havenít used the tower cover poles yet but I did notice they are extendable. Also, one pole is slightly longer than the other. When you extend the poles, they should double in size and be long enough to stretch the cover. If your poles are extended and are still too short, I can check the poles that came with mine.

With dual batteries Iíve always put each battery on its own tender or used a dual bank charger.
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Old 03-29-2018, 02:14 AM
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Congrats on the boat delivery! Best day ever!

One more quick question:

Want to put in decadence flooring. Do people just put it over the snaps installed in the floor or remove them altogether? Sadly it wasn’t ordered with decadence from the factory. #feelsbadman
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Old 03-29-2018, 08:02 AM
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Congrats on the boat delivery! Best day ever!

One more quick question:

Want to put in decadence flooring. Do people just put it over the snaps installed in the floor or remove them altogether? Sadly it wasn’t ordered with decadence from the factory. #feelsbadman


I was curious about this as well. I ordered with the MC carpet but considered adding decadence down the road.


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Old 03-30-2018, 08:07 AM
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I was going to start this exact thread, with all the XT's being built right now, but you beat me to it, Z. I'm in, mine has been started, and should go down the line next week. Like most, I tried so many different schemes on DAB, but, for those of you who know me, I just can't get away from the black and silverflake. This will be my 4th in that scheme:

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I almost went with this scheme, which I think looks better in the pictures and on the trailer, but I think the one above will look better in the water, given the lines.

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Old 03-30-2018, 10:03 AM
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I was going to start this exact thread, with all the XT's being built right now, but you beat me to it, Z. I'm in, mine has been started, and should go down the line next week. Like most, I tried so many different schemes on DAB, but, for those of you who know me, I just can't get away from the black and silverflake. This will be my 4th in that scheme:

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I almost went with this scheme, which I think looks better in the pictures and on the trailer, but I think the one above will look better in the water, given the lines.

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WOW JOHN!!!!
Congrats on the XT22 and the Color Choices. Right at the top of my list.
Dang that's sweet.
Post up the rest of your Build choices when you can.
XT22 and the new NXT22 are my current favs.
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Old 03-30-2018, 10:06 AM
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Old 03-30-2018, 10:31 AM
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John, that is exactly what I wanted! Beautiful boat. My wife and kids won out, so I had to concede to this. I see you boat on Ossipee, maybe we can meet up some day.
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Old 03-31-2018, 09:07 AM
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Thanks gang. I'm excited.

Harold, I'd love to meet up. I'm spending more time at Winni these days, but Ossipee is my true favorite. There just more on Winni for the wife and kids when not on the boat.
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Old 03-31-2018, 09:13 AM
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Here is my build....Sorry, I don't have it in a file I can post in the thread as a pic.
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