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  1. Hello, I have a Malibu Wakesetter 2002. The sundeck (all Vinyl) in the back of the boat is ripping on two sides of the boat and needs to be fully re-covered. I have heard that there are some shops across the US where the cushions can be mailed to and restored very affordably. Does anyone have any recommendations for where we could send the cushions and have them re-covered? Any other advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Paco
  2. Just bought a new to me 1999 Sunsetter LXI and my wife and I are pretty excited. It does need some TLC and we are taking care of that as much as we can. One of the items on my list is to restore the teak swim platform. It has definitely been neglected and has a bit of a bow in it. It also appears someone tried to repair it at one point using plastic anchors, so I can only imagine the upkeep was minimal. I thought I would just oil it, but it sure seems to want more than that, so now it is in individual pieces ready to be cleaned and reassembled. I have been reading through all of the very
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