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Signup Date:April 18, 2006
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Username:
bcrider
First Name:
Dave
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Favorite Rider(s):
Rusty Malinoski
My Gear
Board(s):
2010 141 B-Side
Bindings:
2010 Ronix Ones
My Boat
Boat Year:
2009
Boat Make:
Tige
Boat Model:
22ve
Trailer:
DHM
Tow Vehicle:
2005 F150
Recent Activity
3 day(s) ago
bcrider made a post in this thread: Parks' Record Broken
lol. I can see it now. Parks arguing how valid it is then everyone else calling him a baby hater.lol.
3 day(s) ago
bcrider made a post in this thread: Lithium jump starters
^^ My neighbor just showed me the one he got last night. It's amazing the size of these things and what they can jump. Great for boat use for sure.
3 day(s) ago
bcrider made a post in this thread: Strip LED Runway Lights for the Trailer.
Unless it's a amber marker light, a red break/taillight, and a white little license plate light it's all otherwise illegal as it's a distraction to other drivers.
11 day(s) ago
bcrider made a post in this thread: Strip LED Runway Lights for the Trailer.
For sure I could do that too as long as the range is decent and not like most of the LED remotes where you have to be within inches of the power supply.lol.
11 day(s) ago
bcrider made a post in this thread: Strip LED Runway Lights for the Trailer.
I plan on doing this as well but I plan on running the switch to my dash. I want to be able to control if from inside and be able to turn it on while driving if I want too. Illegal yes, do I really care.....no.
2 week(s) ago
bcrider made a post in this thread: Prop probs
I would think any prop is repairable. It ultimately goes back to the cost of repairing over a full replacement. I bought a cheap prop to use as a spare and it had chunks missing, rough edges, and parts peeled back. Getting it repaired was stil...
2 week(s) ago
bcrider made a post in this thread: Prop probs
A) A spare prop is always good to have. B) If it's a different pitch it may be better for running loaded. C) Repairing an old prop is typically always cheaper than buying a new one.
2 week(s) ago
bcrider made a post in this thread: Wiring a ProFlight Swoop (chubby or otherwise)
What's involved is mostly time and patients and a spare pair of hands. You can use a multi bit/step down bit to make your holes. You'll need a fish tape to run up/down the tubes. I'd pull a string in first as well, then the wires. The other tr...
3 week(s) ago
bcrider made a post in this thread: Surfing on Vics - Pic to explain
Cheesesteak. You aren't understanding. A wakeboarding wake is moving outwards and away from your line where as the surf wake follows your line. As noted above if you ever run a line surfing and then turnaround and go back the same way you came ...
3 week(s) ago
bcrider made a post in this thread: 2016 Axis A20 light bar
Light bars are useless especially mounted up high. Yes, you light up the wave but you are blinding the rider at the same time. Either transom lights or if you wanted to mod a location on the back locker area that pointed the light down towards t...
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