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samgreazy
01-21-2011, 10:04 PM
Where do you guys buy your gear....wakeboards, gear,mc stuff, speakers, amps, and all other gear we are all looking for??? Share some of the places you guys get good deals on....
I watch steepncheap.com pretty regularly .....they get some good stuff on there occasionally mostly snow ski stuff but sometimes you'll get lucky and find some water sports stuff

bturner2
01-22-2011, 10:57 AM
Discount Inboard Marine for engine and drive train parts
ski-it-again for used gear
Sonic Electronix for stereo gear
Skier to Skier for PP and OJ items
Spectrum Color for Gelcoat patch
Genuine Dealz for marine wire, connectors, electrical hardware
Harrison Marine for repo boats
Only Inboards for used boats
Champion Trailer for trailer parts
Waymires Trailer Towing Systems for UFP trailer parts
Waterskis.com (Mid-west MasterCraft) for discounted MC parts
Auto Geek for buffing pads and auto/boat detail products

duckguy
01-22-2011, 11:09 AM
How about you support local and go to your dealer, board shop, stereo guy etc.

willyt
01-22-2011, 11:14 AM
It's boat show season too, crazy deals go on there

JohnnyB
01-22-2011, 11:26 AM
How about you support local and go to your dealer, board shop, stereo guy etc.

I"ll 2nd that!

Yellow X9
01-22-2011, 11:32 AM
How about you support local and go to your dealer, board shop, stereo guy etc.

Amen, to supporting local business

Skipper
01-22-2011, 11:55 AM
Shopping local is no help to me unless Walmart starts stocking D3 skis and Mastercraft parts. I turn to www.perfski.com for skis, bindings, ropes, handles, gloves, and vests. They have wakeboarding equipment as well. For most repairs www.skidim.com covers my old boat. But there are some pretty good deals at www.ski-it-again.com. They offer everything from land, boats, trailers, parts and accessories, to everything that gets towed behind the boat. It is people selling their stuff.

CantRepeat
01-22-2011, 12:04 PM
Shopping local is no help to me unless Walmart starts stocking D3 skis and Mastercraft parts. I turn to www.perfski.com (http://www.perfski.com) for skis, bindings, ropes, handles, gloves, and vests. They have wakeboarding equipment as well. For most repairs www.skidim.com (http://www.skidim.com) covers my old boat. But there are some pretty good deals at www.ski-it-again.com (http://www.ski-it-again.com). They offer everything from land, boats, trailers, parts and accessories, to everything that gets towed behind the boat. It is people selling their stuff.

Yeah, my local dealer is Rambo and they are about 5 hours from me. I still call Lex when I need parts but other then that it's all online shopping here.

tex
01-22-2011, 12:13 PM
Not in any order.


http://www.barefootcentral.com/

http://www.bandbsports.com/default/wake-boards-skis.html

http://www.lakeelmosports.com/home.php


http://www.martiniart.com/

http://www.whiskeymilitia.com/


http://www.wileyski.com/ Big fan!!!!

http://www.biggreenegg.com/customer_services.html

Kummer
01-22-2011, 03:51 PM
Great luck with all wakeboard items from buywake.com

MakeMineaS&S
01-22-2011, 07:27 PM
Shopping local is no help to me unless Walmart starts stocking D3 skis and Mastercraft parts.

I'm kinda similar. I've got a VERY nice facility and MC dealer right down the road, but I rely on skidim or other online sources for parts because saying I have a 1985 S&S makes the parts guys go, "derp, we don't carry anything for that".

Shopping skis and bindings is even worse. When I ask to look at skis and bindings, I'm shown a dark, dank corner of the shop where the skis were haphazardly organized by a drunk who was going through the DTs, and the bindings are still in the shipping crate in the back. :(

Asking about lessons or classes and I'm told that if it was for wakeboard, I could give them an hour's notice, but for slalom, I need to call at least 3-5 days in advance so they can find an instructor. :rolleyes:

So I'm left to the internet. Otherwise, an incredibly nice shop and the staff is friendly enough, they're just not geared toward my needs. I presume very few would be.

georgea0731
01-22-2011, 09:20 PM
http://sporting-goods.shop.ebay.com/bargainh2osports/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_from=R9&_ipg=&_pcats=159136%2C382&_sacat=23806&_dct=1&_trksid=m194&ssPageName=STRK:MEFSRCHX:SRCH

I like this one.

ShawnB
01-23-2011, 10:20 AM
Great luck with all wakeboard items from buywake.com

When I got into wakeboarding there were no local shops so I bought through Buywake. Even though they're a big online shop, I have always been able to call and talk to someone who was knowledgable about the product. I've bought 4 boards from them over the years and a bunch of accessories.

jeffbare
01-23-2011, 11:45 AM
http://www.wileyski.com/ Big fan!!!!


They are about a 45 minute drive, and a great place to shop. My wife bought a new D3 there last summer. Great people, and always willing to help you out.

BF200
01-23-2011, 12:17 PM
www.perfski.com

BallBushing
01-23-2011, 07:50 PM
Overtons.com for basic gear. PFD's, fenders, ski's, wakeboards, tubes, dock stuff. Can't beat their prices

JCDboarder
01-24-2011, 01:46 PM
When I got into wakeboarding there were no local shops so I bought through Buywake. Even though they're a big online shop, I have always been able to call and talk to someone who was knowledgable about the product. I've bought 4 boards from them over the years and a bunch of accessories.

I have to agree. The staff at Buywake is great and so are the prices!

MasterCraftByDesign
01-24-2011, 01:55 PM
Where do you guys buy your gear....wakeboards, gear,mc stuff, speakers, amps, and all other gear we are all looking for??? Share some of the places you guys get good deals on....
I watch steepncheap.com pretty regularly .....they get some good stuff on there occasionally mostly snow ski stuff but sometimes you'll get lucky and find some water sports stuff

If you are looking for MC accessories, billet items, customer tower accessories, apparel, speakers or amps.... you can always check out our site at www.mastercraftbydesign.com You can also call us up and see if we have any slightly "blemished" items, which we sell at a pretty big discount.

Take care and good luck finding everything!!

Thanks,

Jim D.
www.mastercraftbydesign.com
www.mastercraftboatsofchicago.com