ditto, it's scary with all the credit avail. here...I could do something....good idea now??? prolly not, trying to keep focused on the Brio, it's got potential and I own it!!!!
Hey Hey I just saw your message, sorry so late. Ya! that would be great. I am super excited to get out on the water even though it will be a while. I will definetley keep you informed with the wakeboarding events that get thrown on by my buddy. He has been doing a lot of them in Hudson on the St. Croix, super fun! Anyway we will chat soon and hopefully meet up this spring!
what was the conclusion of Supra's first V ??? I think my next boat has got to be in that 12-18k range......It just has to save time from the restoring, that apparently I don't have time for.....wait til you have a little one runnín around! Mine actually helped winterize this year by holding wrenches!!!!
that's the right price, only I think I'm headed in your direction, V-drive!!!!! The benefits are too awesome to ignore....It'll cost more, but it'll hopefully have less of the problems I'm fixing now and more new installations.....
haha I drove home for lunch...or was it to look at the board updates??? I see you......must be having lunch eh Mikey?? LOL
Do we need to discuss a price for the SS or is it too early????
Hey mikey, do you still have that back bimini top? I just got an 87 that has the front bimini. Would love to have the back piece. Let me know. Thanks. Love your boat!
Long time no talk... This sucks that summer is done! I will post some pics soon of my latest "tinkerings"
Yeah, it's trailerable too. The only rub is that it's not 100% water-proof, which kind of bugs me. The guy and several other makers told me that no cover is 100% waterproof because they don't breathe. WTF? Well then I suppose the next one I'll have a tent maker do the job. All in all, I will just have to keep an eye on things when I have her outside in the elements. I'm happy with the 90% water-proofness of this one for now!
Dunno if you saw it, but I posted a couple of pictures of my cover in the "Snap on Cover" post in the general forum...
i am 6'4" and about 200lbs. i would be the the biggest in the crew. the others are about 6' and 150 160 and the chicks are 5' to 5'6" and 100 110. i am lookin from floor to rope tying point and where to put the rope tying point from bow to stern. yes the prop the was stock was a 13 13 lh 1" bore 3 blade. i am going to make my own tank for the bow out of aluminum. its going to be 18" wide in the front of the bow, 48" wide in the back, and 30" from bow to stern and 11" high in the front tall and 13" in the back tall. i am going to weld a divider from the bow to stern right in the middle so i can load either side or fill the whole thing totally. so you said i need another 750lb sac in the back between the seat and motor box? or the side of the box? dont you load only one side with weight? i guess i dont follow? with the smaller prop the rpm s would be ok with a perfect pass or no? what does regular or goofy have as far as loading the weight? thanks again