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honestly sub boxes are very easy to build, especially one that is not ported (sealed). I would never build a sub box for a boat that is not ported. When you port a box you just need to know technical requirements of the sub. Mostly all sub manufacturers tell you the exact inside space requirement, port diameter and length requirement. I always use this site but there is so much DIY on the net for this...
13 hours ago, dickthemooner said:
wheres the best place for prop reconditioning? I live in TN.
should be plenty of places in TN that can repair a prop. A good question for google map in your area. Or you can always ship it back to the Acme/OJ for repair
I’m looking at buying a used 2011 axis a20, boat has 200 hours, and interior is in relatively good shape! What would be a good price? Has plug and play bags on top of hard tanks, snap in carpet. Pictures look pretty good, freshwater only boat! Any help would be appreciated!
11.1 factory ballast, no people, and no additional lead like I'm usually run. Can't wait to add lead and people and see the full potential for this M240. BTW RPM's 2686 for this pic. Gotta love the new LT4
If its metallic its a no for sure. Youll get waterline, and its NOT covered under warranty.
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