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New 2010 VLX


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Pretty boat!

You have the bow block off piece in for the interior pic right?? The front seats look tan....

Ya that's the wind block piece that gives the brownish appearance.

Sweet new ride!!!

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Thanks guys... The wind block is in the pic. The seats are Light Graphite and moonbeam..

The colors are Rueben and Charcoal and Ebony accents..

The only thing that ticks me off is Boatmate Switched the wheels on me.. I ordered the Gear Alloy MB711 (?) and this is what they sent..

Owen if you see this you will be hearing from me..

2 pairs of Bullets on the tower and another Awesome Cover from Cory at Evolution...

Here is a couple more.. The new RF Head Unit seems to work okay but it is rather slow... Oh and a new Dash is on order. The dealers mechaninc forgot how heavy the Bullets ae compared to the Titans. The G3 is nice but still a 2 man job with Bullets... If you notice the left of the Tach the dash has a tear in it.. Also something I thought was odd is that the drivers seat heater has a seperate rocker switch beside the lanyard.. I guess they can't figure out how to add it to the MUX..

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That is one bad arse looking boat, nice color combo well done :thumbup: . Same colors as my last boat it really pops on the water. Nice choice on the Reuben.

Looks like the dog has taken a liking to it right away, is he/she trying to tell you something. Like "Take me out on it" :lol: .

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Congrats, she's beautiful! Be prepared for all sorts of attention at the lake. Great looking dog too.

I really like the new bimini. If you don't mind, can you post a photo with the bimini up? Thanks in advance.

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Here it is...

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pennery..........You can adjust the travel on the gas shocks to keep the bimini clamp from hitting the dash. With the tower up, remove the two screws where the top of the shock joins the tower and give it a spin. Or, just loosen the bimini clamp and move it to the middle of the tower before you drop it. Also, I read here that there is a stronger shock available to make dropping the tower a one man job even if you add stuff.

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