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Signup Date:November 27, 2006
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About Me
Username:
rallyart
First Name:
Art
Gender:
Birthday: (61 years old)
Occupation:
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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
18 hour(s) ago
rallyart made a post in this thread: Used Sanger, Tige, Centurion, Supreme?
My Sanger '06 215 has over 500 hours on it now and has never had a storm on Shuswap Lake that it could not handle. Rough water ride is not a problem. Low freeboard might be an issue if you lose power and are in a major storm but other than that ...
10 day(s) ago
rallyart made a post in this thread: Lake mooring
When you cast the next ones it might be an idea to have a tube through the middle so that a chain can go right through and attach to itself. Easier to replace a rusted chain that way. I hop it works. Perhaps it would be useful to also add an ol...
2 week(s) ago
rallyart made a post in this thread: New Prop Advice for wakesurfing.
Pretty boat. I did not know that Maxum had made a v-drive model. You can determine a lot by knowing the wide open throttle RPM and GPS speed, lightly or normally loaded. That will let you figure out how it is set up now and give you a range to...
3 week(s) ago
rallyart made a post in this thread: Would You Buy This Salvage MC?
Well, some insurance company felt it was much better to give the fellow a new one rather than fixing that so it might cost more than 70% of the new price to repair it. The thing to note is that much of the visible damage is quite a distance from a...
3 week(s) ago
rallyart made a post in this thread: Lake mooring
Well, this is a very late reply and I guess you have already set your mooring anchor. Concrete is much less dense than steel and you need a lot more of it than if you were using heavy steel. A 1200# concrete block will work pretty well for a wa...
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