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Updated:3 year(s) ago
Signup Date:March 3, 2004
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About Me
Username:
alindquist
First Name:
Aaron
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City:
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Home Ride Spot:
Favorite Rider(s):
The one that gives the most gas money and brought the most beer
Website:
Personal Quote:
Hold my beer, Watch this...
My Gear
Board(s):
Old
Bindings:
Not quite as old
My Boat
Boat Year:
1999
Boat Make:
Cobalt
Boat Model:
232
Trailer:
aluminum
Engine:
Volvo Penta 7.4gi
Prop:
2 of them, both stainless
Ballast Setup:
none needed...
Stereo Setup:
Lot's of Polk
Options / Accessories:
Lot's of them
Tow Vehicle:
Silverado
Recent Activity
1 day(s) ago
alindquist made a post in this thread: would you buy a boat without a survey
I personally wouldn't buy a boat without one, especially if you are spending a lot of money... A survey on a wakeboat shouldn't be more than $300-$400 which is probably less money than the gas or plane ticket to go look at it (only to find out it...
3 week(s) ago
alindquist made a post in this thread: Designing a new deck for the Lake House
Avoid the Curved glass, it is stupid expensive and a pain in the butt, if you can even find someone to do it... I own a railing company and based on the few times I have bid them your looking at a minimum of $300-$400 a foot for the curved glass.
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