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Signup Date:November 27, 2006
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About Me
Username:
rallyart
First Name:
Art
Gender:
Birthday: (59 years old)
Occupation:
Employer:
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Home Ride Spot:
Favorite Rider(s):
My kids
Personal Quote:
Experience is what you get when you don't get what you want.
My Gear
Board(s):
Slingshot Response, O'brien Coda, Hyperlite, Inland Surfer Blue Lake, Phase 5 Prop, AirChair.
My Boat
Boat Year:
2006
Boat Make:
Sanger
Boat Model:
D215
Trailer:
Sport Boat
Engine:
Mercruiser Scorpion 330
Prop:
Acme 911
Ballast Setup:
Stock 500 in forward ski locker.
300# Fly High tube sac in the rear locker.
400# Fly High in the rear lounge floor when surfing.
Three 150# Fly High fat bricks moved where needed when surfing.
Stereo Setup:
Stock yucky set up that is almost never on.
Options / Accessories:
Bennett trim tab - excellent
Fresh Air Exhaust - the best addition
Perfect Pass Star Gazer - very nice to have
Depth finder - good for adding confidence near a dock.
Bimini - could be bigger but it never rattles. Stock
Fly High wakeboard racks - very solid and easy to use.
Box Anchor - simply better than any other anchor I've used.
Hul Hug'r fenders - good for a low profile boat.
Two 3 outlet heaters, one cockpit, one lounge -Great.
Tow Vehicle:
Saab 9-7x, 2007 4.2
Recent Activity
11 day(s) ago
rallyart made a post in this thread: Best non wakeboard/surf boat for boarding/surfing?
A 28'- 30' inboard fishing trawler out to make an awesome wake.
11 day(s) ago
rallyart made a post in this thread: Weighting a Sanger v215
The 215 is all about list. You seem to have enough weight. Try not filling the off side locker sack, or only half full. Keeping weight forward on a Sanger often helps with the shape and drive you get. If it's weighted right you won't need to st...
2 week(s) ago
rallyart made a post in this thread: Concerns with a boat that has been sitting for 9 years
Stored inside after shrink wrapping. It should be like new. The hoses will be great unless there is a lot of ozone near it. If the engine belt was loosened off it should be perfect, if not it should still be good. Change the fluids, lube every...
2 week(s) ago
rallyart made a post in this thread: Oil Extractor Mishap
On my Mercruiser, which is one of many boats that do not have an oil drain hose out of the engine, the oil extractor seals on the top of the dipstick tube and no line needs to go down that tube at all. No chance for a tube to get stuck. This sys...
4 week(s) ago
rallyart made a post in this thread: Heater Install??
I've installed two heaters in mine. Hooked them up in series and they work like a charm. It is not hard to do. Mounting the heater is like mounting an amp. Plumbing is easy. If you can, spend some time so that the heater core drains well. Bo...
0 month(s) ago
rallyart made a post in this thread: Gear Reduction from 1:1 to 1:1.46
Andrew, do you have a hydraulic tab on your 237? That will make a huge difference in getting up out of the hole with a load. Going to a higher gear ratio makes a little more noise and is a significant cost. Of course, I bet Sanger could install...
0 month(s) ago
rallyart made a post in this thread: Brand Ranks
This is so easy, and obvious. The correct rank is: My Boat A couple boats I would like to own The boat that guy down the lake has, who I'v never met, that I'm jealous of The boat I've never seen The boat I bash because I don't have it Bayliner G...
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