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Old 03-01-2006, 08:21 PM
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Boat: 1998 Ski Nautique
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Originally Posted by erkoehler
I think I may just make everyone put there skis on in the water unless they are slaloming with double boots.

I have atleast 5 small marks on the transom from last season that I am not happy about!
Yeah, with double high wrap boots, putting them on while sitting on the platform can leave marks on the hull below the waterline.

Just put the last coat of oil on mine. Been working on it for a week and a half. Got plugs in the old holes that had pulled loose and have patiently been oiling every day or two. I don't really mess with the wet sanding. Just rub with mid grade steel wool between coats and hit it with a fine finishing steel wool after the last coat. It doesn't shine like some of the others, but I like it.
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