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shagman
First Name:
Nick
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Favorite Rider(s):
Rusty...he proves what us big guys can do
My Gear
Board(s):
3DS
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Transits
My Boat
Boat Year:
1997
Boat Make:
Sanger
Boat Model:
V210
Engine:
350 Black Scorpion
Prop:
Acme 525
Ballast Setup:
Custom plumbed in Pro-X 400's in rear, "seat bottom" sack in ski locker, and 1000 lb triangle bow bag.
Recent Activity
7 day(s) ago
shagman made a post in this thread: WAkesurf Edge - new wake shaper device for $215
[QUOTE=drballenbc;1942906]The seastow handles use stainless steel springs. I have been using an aluminum handle one for 2 months now and no rust yet. We drain the water out of the cups every time and sun it on the dock when we get back. . I have a...
8 day(s) ago
shagman made a post in this thread: WAkesurf Edge - new wake shaper device for $215
The big thing I see missing from most of these suction handle based designs is any mention of rust prevention. As has been shown in several different discussion threads the hardware in those handles will begin to rust from the first time they go i...
10 day(s) ago
shagman made a post in this thread: Wakeshaper
[QUOTE=kjohnson709;1942562]Nick, do you know what the little half eye pieces are called (the piece that mounts to the handle and the HDPE paddle what screw in? Where you picked them up? I am having the hardest time finding them and the hardware ...
4 week(s) ago
shagman made a post in this thread: Wakeshaper
[QUOTE]I'm sure most have already figured this out, but when you're putting it on in the water, make sure to "burp" the air from inside the suction cups. This will make a much strong seal to the gelcoat. If you don't, the cups will slide around an...
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