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Leebo

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    2007 Moomba LSV

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  1. There are plenty of aerator to reversible pump DIYs out there. This looks more professional than what would have come from the factory. Well done!!!
  2. Lining up a Black Friday purchase to do this over the winter. What was the length of the hinges (or where did you get them)? Thx!
  3. As we added more ballast to my Moomba LSV, the stock swim platform was digging into the wave. Following the path of others, I sourced a sheet of HDPE that was roughly 40"x60"x1" to make a new swim/surf platform. I wanted to replicate the look/design of the newer Moomba swim/surf platforms, but I couldn't find a template or sketch online. So, I went to my local Moomba dealer when they were closed. Somewhere in their archives of surveillance video is a video my daughter sitting on a large piece of cardboard, as I trace the outline from underneath a Craz platform. I actually needed to re
  4. I think I paid $430 shipped. It does not come wider in the Ultra Marine but DECKadence does and I think his PVC loop can come in a custom size.
  5. I don’t know the diff. I would check w Jim. vs. EVA, it was simple. My floor is not finished fiberglass which means I would need to cover it entirely. It is more work lining-up seams and filling gaps than I was interested in. And I had a general bias to use this type of carpet.
  6. Well, I didn't use either DECKadence or Miner's Moss but instead used Jim's Ultra Marine Carpet. My criteria were that I wanted the thickness of DECKadence, no visible seams, and I wanted to pay Miner's Moss prices. I got pretty close... Jim's Ultra Marine comes in a 4' x 10' size with the anti-slip backing already glued on. The piece he sent me was a little over 10' long which meant I would only need two seams - one under the rear bench (which you'll never see) and the other under the helm. To make a template, I followed Jim's process of using 6mil poly. There are other method
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