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Kojak

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About Kojak

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    Project Hack

Boat Info

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    2015 Malibu 23 LSV

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    Southwest Kansas

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  1. 2006 Malibu Wakesetter 23LSV Still planning to do some additional powder coating on the Wakesetter emblems. I would also like to redo the flooring. And a dripless shaft seal, of course.
  2. Nice work Rugger. I'd like to do this to mine at some point in the future.
  3. Awesome work Rugger! Looks totally professional.
  4. Thanks for the compliments. I appreciate it. Added some outside pics. They didn't turn out as well as I'd like. It's difficult to see the metallic inside the lettering. Although I am rocking my new Wake Garage decal!
  5. This past off-season I was able to complete a project that I had wanted to do for a long time, but had put off, as I always found something else to upgrade. I removed the old tribal graphics and installed new graphics from Domed Numbers. Big props to Angie and Steve for working patiently with me as I changed things several times trying to get exactly what I wanted. They knocked it out of the park! I went with the 2010 - 2013 Wakesetter graphics but changed it up a bit. I used Ultra Black Metallic with Chrome outline for everything except the LSV emblem on the transom. I had quite a time getti
  6. Last year I decided to replace the swim platform pad on my 23 LSV as it was no longer soft and was cracking badly. We went with SeaDek but just ordered a generic black pad due to the cost. I placed an order for a 2006 23 LSV with hatch cut out. When it arrived, I found that it did not fit the swim platform on my boat. After taking numerous measurements, I determined that I needed the pad for a 2005 LSV. Evidently, my 06 has an 05 swim platform. SeaDek was great and I was able to return the first one for a full refund. I ordered the pad for the 05 and when it arrived I found that Sea
  7. After purchasing my Malibu in 2014, I installed an Exile ZLD in it. It made a big difference in the sub and cabin speakers but I could tell that the tower was extremely lacking. After talking to Brian with Exile in January 2015, I decided to install the Exile Hybrid system. I also figured that I would upgrade the sub and cabin speakers since I was going to be working on it anyway. I started work on it in late February 2015 and finished up near the end of April 2015. Except for some help with a few things, I did all the work myself. Brian was great to work with and I really think he (and Donova
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