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    • Cole2001


      If it makes you feel any better, I’ve been on a streak of bad luck. 

      Boat had missfire codes a few weeks ago, replaced plugs no big deal thankfully. 

      Ran over more ropes in the last two days than I have in my life. Except the one today had a chain attached to it and was completely below the surface, wrapping around the prop bending one of the blades.  Just the slightest bend so going to bend it back tonight and see if the vibration goes away before getting it fixed. 

      Put a ding in one of my demo kanuk boards that was going to be sold by filling the rear pnps with the board in the locker... my bad...

      At the public dock today there were some huge rollers when I came into the dock. The boat in front of my was rocking pretty bad and got super close to mine, but managed to catch it in time. The boat is a rental and the renter came down saying that I dinged up the front of his boat cuz he saw it bouncing right in front of mine and took pictures of my reg numbers. There are scratches all over the thing and particularly from loading the trailer, not super worried just like really bro. 

      Oh and one of the trailer tires isn’t holding air to top it all off...

      Don’t even get me started on my car going dead on the highway. 

      Sorry for the rant:innocent:

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    • gregtay


      Malibu would tell you no and won't sell you the parts, but it can be done (but I believe Malibu specifically states adding surfgate to a non suftgate boat voids the hull warranty.) GSA is a much easier option.

    • csleaver


      There should be a red valve on the actuator that you can turn counter clockwise with a standard (blade style) screwdriver to release the hydraulics and manually lift the wedge back up.  When it is up, turn the valve clockwise until it is snug to keep the wedge in the stowed position.  The valve can be hard to access, it is a lot easier if you remove the swim platform and you will see a square cut out on the top of the wedge mounting bracket used to access the valve.

    • Well we pulled the trigger on a new 2020 23MXZ!!  We are meeting up with Nick from Active Water Sports at are lake. Super easy day and the people at AWS in Oregon City are top notch!  I have a screen shot, I will post up better pics ASAP. 


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