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    • oldjeep

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      That is the exact same tower I had on my Bayliner and it didn't move like that.  What kind of backing plates did they use on the inside of the hull and how big are they?

       

       

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      Edited by oldjeep
    • Gaffster01

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      I would not go back personally.  I really like the refinement of the Malibu it was well worth the money for us.

    • formulaben

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      11 hours ago, MCAHunter said:

      If yes, anyone got a part number for the recommended Carter pump? What's low pressure, like 20 psi?

      I say again, 5th paragraph in the posted link above.

      Edited by formulaben
    • gregtay

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      4 minutes ago, Sparky450 said:

      I know of a 17 23LSV with a ladder. I believe was factory. 

      I believe the factory ladder has been an option for 10+ years.

    • Sparky450

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      16 hours ago, Fffrank said:

      I don't think any Malibus had ladders before the swim step was introduced in.... 19?

      I know of a 17 23LSV with a ladder. I believe was factory. 

      Edited by Sparky450
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    • Sudaro

      Sudaro  »  kerpluxal

      Hi - Back in 2015 you mentioned that you had cad drawings of the manual wedge and legs - I have been getting the legs on my ‘99 Response ‘unbent’ but I don’t know the correct angle - would you still have the drawings and could I get a copy from you? Many thanks. Peter.
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      Brose  »  jrvs23

      I have a powder coating guy nearby but i am hesitant to remove the trim to have it done. I don't know the condition of the rubber gasket under the trim.
       
       
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    • GlennT

      GlennT  »  ahopkinsVTX

      I hope you or someone can help with a barefoot boom question ...
      We had a Dlx Universal Contour Boom from Barefoot Int'l on our "92 Sunsetter.  We just got a 2010 VTX and I'm wondering if I can use this boom I have if I get the appropriate boom clamp for our VTX?  Or will I need to get a whole new boom?  Except for the boom clamp our old boom looks like it is the same as what Barefoot Int'l  now recommends for V-drive boats.  Thanks!
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    • Brucie

      Brucie  »  spikew919

      Hello -- I know it was an older post, but I saw that you wired-in a rocker switch under your throttle and near your kill switch in order to separately power up your stereo system.  I have a 2013 VLX and want to do the same.  Looks like locating the correct white/blue wire could be a bit of a challenge unless you have any suggestions on locating the right one?  Also, did you tap into a constant powered wire near the fuse panel and do you recall which one?  Thanks much.
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    • rossmhill

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      I have a '93 Echelon (I know she's an old girl but still loves to go) and was wondering if anyone knows if there's a full shop manual available for them (with full wiring diagrams etc).  I do a lot of the maintenance on them myself but based on the incompetent shops that I have taken it to over the years, would like to do everything myself.  Thanks in advance!
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