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Signup Date:December 16, 2012
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About Me
Username:
dvsone79
First Name:
Josh
Last Name:
M
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Home Ride Spot:
Favorite Rider(s):
Murray, Vandal, Malinoski
My Gear
Board(s):
Slingshot Recoil 146
Bindings:
Slingshot RAD boots
My Boat
Boat Year:
1999
Boat Make:
MasterCraft
Boat Model:
ProStar 205V
Trailer:
MC single axle
Engine:
Chevy 350
Prop:
stock
Ballast Setup:
750 in port locker + 750 in starboard locker + 350 in ski locker + 750 in bow = 2600lbs.
Tow Vehicle:
'04 Chevy Avalanche
Recent Activity
3 day(s) ago
dvsone79 made a post in this thread: Overkill?
He's just doing his part to keep the flying insect population in control. I bet he gets a million dead bugs on the front of those things every time he trailers the boat.
9 day(s) ago
dvsone79 made a post in this thread: Mastercraft X-26 Released
"With available extras like a head and a refrigerator, you can extend your excursions much longer." I'm envisioning cousin Eddie at the dock with a hose, "*****ter was full!"
11 day(s) ago
dvsone79 made a post in this thread: Spotless water spot remover review
I got in on the product trial as well. I have an older boat but I take care of it very well and wipe it down after every use. I generally put wax on once a season. I'd like to do it more often but since my boat isn't stored where I live it's hard ...
3 week(s) ago
dvsone79 made a post in this thread: Who has used both "Babes Boats" and "Hot Sauce" water spot remover?
Just got the trial product from Spotless Boat. That was quick. And he sent 2 32oz bottles, so I've got plenty to use. I'll be trying it out in a few days and will let you guys know how it goes.
3 week(s) ago
dvsone79 made a post in this thread: Best budgetish wakeboard boats of late 90s and very early 2000s
[QUOTE=DenverRider;1919004]Look at the hull depth of the Nautiques (SAN 210/Supersport) when compared to other boats from that era. They were the only boat made in the late 90's or early 2000's that had enough draft to run heavy ballast without t...
3 week(s) ago
dvsone79 made a post in this thread: Best budgetish wakeboard boats of late 90s and very early 2000s
SAN210 and MC 205v, in that order. I haven't been behind a 'bu so can't really comment on those. But I've spent extensive time behind my buddy's old '04 210 and of course my 205v. The 210 wake of that era is my favorite short of a G. Two other fri...
4 week(s) ago
dvsone79 made a post in this thread: Who has used both "Babes Boats" and "Hot Sauce" water spot remover?
Yes thanks for the trial Chris! I'll be sure to post back here as soon as I use it.
4 week(s) ago
dvsone79 made a post in this thread: Auto-Bilge Question
Your bilge pump probably goes to dash switch and then to a distribution block of sme sort and then to the house or cranking battery. The easiest way to tell is just to test it. Try the pump on manual and switch the Perko to each position and note ...
4 week(s) ago
dvsone79 made a post in this thread: Washed out on 2006 SAN TE 210
You need 750 in ballast for whatever side you're trying to surf, plus whatever weight you have in passengers on that side of the boat.
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