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  • #31
    Outstanding!! So, how do we obtain one of these awesome calendars? Since we all can't go for a ride in her, we could at least own a picture of her...LOL!

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    • #32
      Originally posted by GunnerBill View Post
      Outstanding!! So, how do we obtain one of these awesome calendars? Since we all can't go for a ride in her, we could at least own a picture of her...LOL!
      skidim.com to get calendars.

      Going to try a bimini top to get out of the sun... as you can see Nuckinfutz is getting red. Will need to cut a hole and make a patch for the wakeboard pole to fit thru.

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      • #33
        So red that you could use Nuckinfutz for a night light!
        Just a thought...rather than drill a hole, why not bolt on a wakeboard tower? It could double as a T top for shade and still hang the speakers for your listening enjoyment..

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        • #34
          Originally posted by GunnerBill View Post
          Just a thought...rather than drill a hole, why not bolt on a wakeboard tower? It could double as a T top for shade and still hang the speakers for your listening enjoyment..
          Installing a tower on a Stars & Strips is a big No-No in the Mastercraft world. You can get a bimini that mount on the ski pole but hard to find.

          Installed a new Permanent magnet Gear-reduction starter and it's a lot smaller/lighter than the old style starters.

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          • #35
            Uh-oh...pardon the sacrilegious thought. Bring on the sun block!

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            • #36
              Nice warm sunny day in Vancouver so it was time to haul out the welder and make trailer guide poles.

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              • #37
                Nice metal work! Great to have them in a current. Sure wish I could weld...but then again with a wooden boat, I'd end up with a trailer load of charcoal...lol

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                • #38
                  Bent and welded up a new roller bracket. I decided to try electric brakes so I ran new wires for the lights and break-away system.

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