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Rugger last won the day on May 24

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About Rugger

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    2007 Malibu 247 LSV


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    Cameron Park, CA

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  1. That really opened things up nicely. Great work. Clean!
  2. Yes. Newer composite technology which should last much longer. No drips to count or check. Install and forget. New boats have been using for quite a while.
  3. That's sweet. I'm with you on the wood platforms being more boat-like. Personally I fought that a lot when I built my gates (and wanted gate cutouts in the platform). My previous boat had teak, and it was easy to do. My 07 had fiberglass, and ultimately I went with the newer Malibu fiberglass platform to make it simple.... but still love those teaks. I think Mastercraft still sells a bunch on their surf boats?
  4. quote: " I picked the boat up around 6 months ago and I have spent the entire winter tuning, replacing, and improving almost everything." haha I think we can all relate Great write up -- I didn't know about that fuel pump issue. Mine (07) runs fine now but this will be handy to refer to should something go wrong fuel related. Thank you for posting.
  5. Yeah, that'd do it. Love that sound too!
  6. I recognize that sound! big block baby! Although knowing what I know about you -- your boat probably has upgraded heads, cam, tune, intake, raylar special etc.
  7. Those look great! Love newly welded, fabricated things.
  8. Man, that looks great. I love the carbon fiber look too. Well done
  9. Badass. Well done. It's nice to have that room back there too with that giant muffler out of the way.
  10. Awesome... yeah it's simple like you said but those are the best projects.
  11. Awesome project. Looks very professional (or better)... I made a hack bracket for mine. Yours looks stock. well done!! And thanks for sharing with the group
  12. If it's a finished project in the Completed Projects section, then it should be by category. If it's a general work in progress post, then it belongs in shop talk and either way works fine. Thanks!
  13. wow that's impressive congratulations. Don't ever apologize for not spending 4K.... no boat snobs here. It looks great!! To resize pics, just hit edit, then double click on them and can reset to 800 x 600 or whatever works.. I forget
  14. Great pull! That's gonna be helpful to many. SKIDIM is a great company to deal with as well. I've bought many parts over the years and they are always cool and helpful
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