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h60swimmer

1992 euro f3

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h60swimmer

I just got my first Malibu, so far I love it my wife is big into Skiing but I am more into wakeboarding. Anyone know what a good way to make the wake better for wakeboarding I was thinking about 800 lbs of ballast using sacs on each side of the motor...what do you think?

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Malibuman

I had a 92 and that's exactly how to do it! I have a picture of it in my gallery. Nice wake for the hull!

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h60swimmer

Cool I am hoping to pick them up soon....I think I am just paranoid about over working the motor and tranny....hey nice boat by the way.

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LS-One

My first Malibu was a 92 Euro Skier bought in 92, problem was wakeboarding was in its infantile stage we were still kneeboarding and if you can imagine slalom skiing. Wow that was a long time ago.. :lol:

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h60swimmer

I still bust the knee board out from time to time....Living in an area where glass is rare when it is glassy the ski is the first thing to get brought out..well I guess after the coors light.

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