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Old    tyerone44            05-25-2003, 4:28 PM Reply   
this may be a dumb question but i'm going to ask it anyways. can you put a wedge on a mastefcraft? I have no clue anything about the wedge. If so is it worth having one? any info would help me understand a little better. thanks
Old    damnation            05-25-2003, 5:48 PM Reply   
Wedge on mastercraft = voided warranty

It can be done, but you would have to seriously brace the transome and do some creative customization.
Old    ssjrmk            05-25-2003, 11:30 PM Reply   
The wedge was designed for a certain type hull by malibu, so if the hull on the master craft is different(which i am sure it is)it would be hard to say what it will do for the wake, could be better or worse? The wedge is suppose to equal about a 1000# of ballest ,so if it will work on the mastercraft it is a benifit. Do a search i am sure there was a post about some guy that had put one on a mastercraft.
Old    wranger            05-26-2003, 3:50 AM Reply   
There was a boat for sale a little while ago that had a wedge on a Mastercraft. I wouldnt be 2 sure of it. it may damage your transom, stick with ballast i say.
Old    hockeyruss            05-26-2003, 7:48 AM Reply   
Ballast is much better anyway, I personally don't like the wedge, it makes your boat handle terrible and you get crappy gas milage.
Old    tyerone44            05-26-2003, 10:50 AM Reply   
i own a prostar and i was just trying to avoid ballast system. lack of room. thanks for your help i had no clue anything about it. thanks everyone
Old    A. P. (bigdad)      Join Date: Apr 2002       05-26-2003, 8:25 PM Reply   
You can't buy a wedge anyway if you own a mastercraft. I believe Malibu requires you to submit Hull numbers before they sell it.
Old    malibu_stacey            05-26-2003, 11:03 PM Reply   
The transom on a Malibu is specifically designed to handle the force that the wedge throws out. I dont use my wedge. The angle that a wedge sits on a Malibu is way different to the angle ride at on any other make, this is why there a three models of the wedge. If you have all the time in the world and are pretty handy with a bit of fibreglass and metal work, you could make one. But it would take for ever to find the right size and angles. Stick to the ballast. Oh yeah a wedge offers alot of convience and provide great wakes to learn on but it does make the boat handle like


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