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greenworks

Making a old boat look new

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greenworks

I learned a TON in here looking at guys setups and built mine this past fall and spring I thought I would pass on the pictures to help future guys.

I didn't post tons of pics but some of the different ideas I put in mine hope you enjoy, please feel free to PM me for more pics if your doing something the same.

How we began...

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greenworks

here is some of the 3 port heater setups tube vent locations, kids LOVE these!

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Cockpit area with custom Oak stained Ballast switch console and heater vent, ended up matching really good I shaped the wood to mimick the curves of the fctory dash inserts

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Ballast was pretty mnuch what most guys do except I used 1 1/4" thruhulls with 1 1/4 brass inc ball valve all the way to the 1200 gph Tsunami pumps

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End graphics job. I replaced all the older decals witht he newer graphics including the MLS graphic colour match to the wakesetter decals

As well I installed a Black Titan II with Titan lowrider racks.

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all in all I am going to use the extra switch spot I have on the ballast console to add a intergrated bow bag as we ride pretty high when loaded

I might upgrade to a 750lb sack on the port side versus the 500lb in there now for surfing

The switches are Mastercraft switches i got the harness as well for each switch

I am going to put in check valves being I lose my ballast in the port bag if I don't close the ball valve after being full

overall very rewarding and lots of comments at the ramp Thumbup.gif

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Its all worth it for moments like this me and my 4 year old daughter first time together!

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as well the wake is Yahoo.gif

Jason

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68Slalom

Nice job Thumbup.gif

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pennery

Nice job on the boat.. It looks great...

What lake are you going to now?

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srh99vlx

We have twin boats, but mine has a Skylon Swoop. Great pic with your youngster.

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obski

Great job. You and your family are going to have some great memories.

Thanks for sharing.

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Nice job on the boat.. It looks great...

What lake are you going to now?

Glennifer Lake is open after the 125 barrel oil spill we where there fri/sat/sun this week no oil shine at all a few logs but that is to be expected during spring runoff.

Jason

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