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2 hours ago, Pnwrider said:
CWB Tsunami along with hyper lite broadcast get a lot of love on here for a cheap, durable, good all around surf board.
I have a CWB Tsunami circa 2007 that is still one of the favorites on my boat. The Broadcast was the first board I bought about 2008-2009. I leave it at home because NO ONE likes it.
On 6/2/2020 at 9:17 AM, Scartzy said:
I appreciate the advise. I've been looking at both. Had a bad experience with a 2013 F150 which is the only reason I'm looking Chevy at this point.
I certainly understand wanting to stay away from a manufacture if you were somehow burned. And I am not a Ford fanboy (I am solidly in the MOPAR camp actually), but I really can't overstate how much better the Ex is as a tow vehicle than my 11 Yukon XL Denali.
That Yukon was one of my least favorite vehicles I have ever owned. And it really was a BAD tow vehicle. Towing flat ground, both engine and transmission temps got over 220*. Towing in the mountains it would go over 250*. Two GM dealers told me that those temps are to be expected when towing 7000 pounds (published tow rating of 7800 pounds), but I never felt comfortable with it. And it actually made the vehicle less comfortable for the passengers as you could hear the heat coming up through the floor. In addition, I got significant trailer sway anytime I was above 70 MPH. My 2014 Grand Cherokee actually feels like a more stable tow vehicle.
My 2011 is one generation old, so maybe a lot of that has been addressed. But based on that experience, I will have a hard time ever pulling the trigger on another GM SUV.
I believe 2nd highest stock price today.
I would assume the t23 but not sure on the years and hull changes. I think its like 14-18 but that may be wrong.
I am just getting my 01 VLX ready for the season. It was running fine last year when it was winterized. No when i go to start it it will run fine for ten seconds then stall out. I put a fresh fuel filter in it and a new pump and it still runs 9-10 seconds and dies. It fires right back up but stalls out like clockwork after 9-10 seconds. Has anyone else experienced this or have a good idea of where to start troubleshooting?
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