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Hyperryd

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    2011 MB Sports 21' B52
  1. Stealth Gates --- DIY Surf Gates on 2007 LSV

    I can’t see anything you missed. Lol. You know that YOU can see an imperfection somewhere. You are too much of a perfectionist to think they are perfect. I’m pretty sure that made perfect sense. Lol
  2. Stealth Gates --- DIY Surf Gates on 2007 LSV

    I still love looking at these gates. Too bad you missed that one little spot...
  3. Axis A20 Floor EVA Foam

    Boat looks great man! Just a tip to those sanding the eucaboard/masonite, I used a belt sander and it really works well to have a smooth edge quickly. You can't use it in the small curves but most of the areas you can and it cuts down a lot of time vs an orbital. Just my .02. You did a great job with all of the odd shaped templates and kept the lines lined up.
  4. I think 5 rolls is the minimum order and that is more than enough. Between 3-4 pieces will cover most boats.
  5. Yes it is color number two. There are a lot of teak colors out there. I am really happy with this one. Do not get the diamonds though. The lines/planks are great.
  6. Good luck man. It's not too bad. Toughest parts were breaking the shaft free from the coupler and getting the old strut bearings out. Other than those it was a piece of cake. Should be nothing compared to a V-drive swap!
  7. 10 minute transom saver

    Great job as usual Rugger! If the rest of your boat get equal attention that the ass does, it's going to be better than a new boat for sure!!
  8. MB Slappers

    If I was going for purely cosmetics, sure. I'm a believer that once water starts running over the top of the slapper you have reached the point of diminishing returns. If you are adding a lot of ballast you are sinking the ass end and lowering the slapper in the water. To me it's a simple decision of function over form. You don't add slappers for style points, although you can do extra things to make them look nice. I wanted mine to look stock and gave them a pretty good shape. They will never be accused of looking better than @Rugger stealth gates, but then none will.
  9. Wave Control Malibu 247

    Very nice Timbr!! Its weird seeing those on the back of a Malibu. LOL. I think both surf systems are great. They get you out there surfing so much faster. Having people that ride either side be able to go right now, with the push of a button, is priceless. Welcome to the surf system club! We can debate the differences all day, but only if that argument is being held on the water with test rides of each to compare!!
  10. Stealth Gates --- DIY Surf Gates on 2007 LSV

    World Peace!!!! Ok just killer surf waves...
  11. Stealth Gates --- DIY Surf Gates on 2007 LSV

    That is just awesome Rugger!! You have way more fiberglass patience than I do. They definitely look better than the brand new Malibu gates.
  12. Swim Step EVA Pad on a budget

    Ok so I figured I would give an update on the flooring after some pretty good use this summer. I still love this flooring and I will never go back to carpet. I will say though that I do not recommend the diamonds to anyone. The lined sheets are holding up great but the diamonds ar lifting at multiple locations. Anywhere that I cut the diamonds to small triangles to fit the boat wants to lift. I'm talking about the brown from the black. There are just too many edges to catch. This winter when I'm installing under the seats I will probably replace the diamonds with more lines. I love the look but need more durability than they offer. Just wanted to give an honest review. Still a great value, just avoid the diamonds!
  13. Ok so I figured I would give an update on the flooring after some pretty good use this summer. I still love this flooring and I will never go back to carpet. I will say though that I do not recommend the diamonds to anyone. The lined sheets are holding up great but the diamonds ar lifting at multiple locations. Anywhere that I cut the diamonds to small triangles to fit the boat wants to lift. I'm talking about the brown from the black. There are just too many edges to catch. This winter when I'm installing under the seats I will probably replace the diamonds with more lines. I love the look but need more durability than they offer. Just wanted to give an honest review. Still a great value, just avoid the diamonds!
  14. I followed up with Tim at Glide Bearings on pricing. Regular cap GMSS Shaft Seal = $160. $220 for the pro kit with strut bearings. Split Cap GMSS Shaft Seal = $195 includes extra seal. $255 for Pro Kit. Tim is offering a 10% discount for Wake Garage forum members. PM me or tim@glide here on this site for the discount code.
  15. In the PSS there will usually be a dark area on the hull under the seal from graphite grindings. Sometimes there will be some grinding noises according to my dealer, but I never heard any.
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