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Old     (ReSession)      Join Date: Apr 2010       01-08-2014, 1:39 PM Reply   
Seems like this could be another way to tweak your surf wave...simply add some rails on the left/right of the swim deck and let you change the height by lining up a few holes and lock in-place with a cotter pin? I know my 2011 V226 has the platform a few inches higher than the 2012+ models, so the manufacturers are definitely playing around with swim platform heights!

Centurion...if you're reading this, just take this idea off the cost of my next new boat

 
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