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  • PnwriderPhoto
    Inland Surfer - bunch of a**hol*s

    Pnwrider - Yesterday, 11:56 PM

    Bakes & Inland are only a few miles from each other so it probably doesn't speed anything up. I b...

  • WAKETECH2Photo
    SoCal Malibu repair specialist

    WAKETECH2 - Yesterday, 09:42 PM

    If your in Southern California and used to take your boat to Paradise watersports for service you...

  • Bill_AirJunkyPhoto
    Echelon ballast

    Bill_AirJunky - Yesterday, 09:29 PM

    Has anyone ever moved the rear seat arm rests up and built a bigger seat base to plumb in a custo...

  • liljohnPhoto
    Where might these wires go to?

    liljohn - Yesterday, 09:26 PM

    Those are for the transom lights. The ones that shine down on the swim platform.

  • wakebrdr94Photo
    Inland Surfer - bunch of a**hol*s

    wakebrdr94 - Yesterday, 09:25 PM

    I'm just curious, when you asked "hey, can you swap these bags out for a different size" and they...

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SoCal Malibu repair specialist

Yesterday, 09:42 PM

If your in Southern California and used to take your boat to Paradise watersports for service you...

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Inland Surfer - bunch of a**hol*s

Yesterday, 07:21 PM

Posted by gobble in Watersports & Gear
So I just spent $1,500 on two new inland surfer boards and ordered small inland surfer socks from...

  131 Views · 7 Replies ( Last reply by Pnwrider )


03 Response LXI Surfs great.

Yesterday, 07:08 PM

Posted by malibu03lxi in Malibu Boats - General Discussion Area
450lbs in back ski locker, 400lbs behind the engine on floor, and 3 people in boat about 145lbs e...

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acl tears

Yesterday, 12:50 PM

Posted by duckhunter1 in Malibu Boats - General Discussion Area
Not related to my Malibu but wakeboarding in general. My son got one this week (19 years old , se...

  228 Views · 19 Replies ( Last reply by Sixball )


Wet Sounds powered enclosure....

Yesterday, 12:25 PM

Posted by jstrickler84 in Modifications & Accessories
New to the forum, and this is my first question..... I have a 2010 LSV without the factory s...

  81 Views · 1 Replies ( Last reply by MLA )


Prop change with more weight(ballast)?

Yesterday, 11:51 AM

Posted by Roroman in Modifications & Accessories
Hi, I am new to this , but is there any recomendation for propeller change if you are using more...

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Prop slipping or engine missing during initial pull

Yesterday, 10:42 AM

Almost feels like the prop/shaft is slipping on the hole shot and continues until 25ish mph and t...

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    I hit bottom going slow. Now the engine isn't turning the shaft. When I turn the propeller, the shaft is turning. It appears to me that the shaft key in the coupler was sheared off. How do I go about repairing this? It's a 1988 Malibu Sunsetter.

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