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Small scratches and scuffs tend to hide in metal flake but the deeper ones are a bit harder to polish out. That’s at least what I’ve found over the years.
I will check thx
Not sure if this will help but I had a similar problem once and it was a voltage issue...not enough. First time out maybe your batteries are low?
The 25LSV makes a great wave. What made me jump to the M240 was all the new tech and LT4 motor. The M240 wave is just taller and longer. It’s dry weight is almost 1000 lbs heavier and the new surf gate fusion does produce a beautiful wave. Biggest difference is that I have to be going faster than the 25LSV. The 25 would start to build a nice wave at about 10.7 The M needs to be going over 11.1 before you see anything that you would want to surf.
I’m planning on purchasing my first boat tomorrow for my family.
Your discussions have really helped me narrow down my choice & I’m confident I’ve found the perfect first boat that will accommodate all our needs. I would love to hear whether or not you believe this is a good buy. Thank You!
2001 Malibu Sunsetter VLX
I’m going to see it in person tomorrow. I’ve been told;
- Upholstery is what you’d expect from a 19 year old boat
- No Corrosion anywhere
- Brand new stereo & wiring
- Gel coat perfect
- Just did wheel bearings
- Brakes are good
- Tires 1 year old
- No rust anywhere
- Always kept inside
- No salt water
- 3 Owners... this guys had it for 6 years
Thank You for any feedback you can give. Really appreciate it. Wanted to provide as much information as I could
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