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-   -   when did older boats quit using wood stringers? (http://www.wakeworld.com/forum/showthread.php?t=312876)

polarbill 04-02-2006 8:28 PM

I know mastercraft did in 84 and think nautique in 90??? What about malibu sunsetter and supra sunsport?

polarbill 04-02-2006 8:35 PM

are any of the older boats good for wakesurfing? how boat nautiques(85-89) or late 80's to early 90's mastercrafts? <BR> <BR>(Message edited by polarbill on April 02, 2006)

trace 04-02-2006 9:05 PM

i believe Malibu and Supra both went all glass in '93. what is your budget? older Supra Sunsports throw a nice surf wake.

kylet 04-02-2006 9:07 PM

dont shy away from a baot just because it has wooden floors, if it has been cared for there should be no issues.

polarbill 04-02-2006 9:11 PM

somewhere around 12000.

bocephus 04-02-2006 10:06 PM

Sanger never did....Sanger Rules!

sanddragon2004 04-12-2006 1:42 PM

sanger always has and still does to this day what are you talking about?

ldr 04-12-2006 2:13 PM

To answer the original question in the post "when did older boats quit using wood stringers?" And Bocephus's resonse "Sanger never did....Sanger Rules!" Bocephus is correct, Sanger never quit using wood stringers. This is probably because they were one of the few companies that was able to use wood successfully. You rarely if ever hear of stringer problems with Sangers. And if you have ever ridden in one you would know that they are extrememly solid boats

kneeboarder8806 04-12-2006 2:18 PM

Sanger uses a special kind of wood that has been poisoned so that it will not rot

00prostar205v 04-18-2006 7:34 AM

Sanger also knows how to make things that stay together under stress and load...from their drag boat heritage.


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