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blarocque

1998 Sunsetter LX - which hull?

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blarocque

I tried the resources section and it had every '98 model but the SSLX.  My google search for info has bee indeterminate.  Diamond or no diamond hull?

 

Thanks.

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FSSPCat

Do you have a photo looking at the stern underneath the platform?

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JasonK

The Sunsetter is the LX. Look at the brochure, there's only 2 Sunsetters and one is a VLX. The brochure calls the Sunsetter by 2 names. The last page calls it a Sunsetter LX.

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Asmodeus2112

JasonK is correct, the 98 Sunsetter is the LX, it's just missing on the title.  LX is not diamond, the Sunsetter LXi introduced in "99 has the diamond hull. 

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Dinsdale

From what I've heard there is a pretty dramatic difference in the ski wake between the LX and the LXi.

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Steve B.

Fwiw. My 95 is a wake hull sunsetter. No lx designation. I thought the LX's could be either hull.

Steve B.

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UWSkier

There was no diamond hull prior to 98 and it debuted on the Response. Don't know when the Sunsetter first got the Diamond option but probably not in 98.

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