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Old 05-15-2014, 05:44 PM
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Boat: 1998 30th Anniversary Mastercraft PS190 LT-1 w/PowerSlot
Location: Hudsonville, MI
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I bought ours 3 yrs ago with most options including lighted tow point, wake and surfboard racks, prewired for speakers and bimini top with Sunbrella fabric and it was right about $4,000 shipped.

I worked directly with the factory which was less expensive than going through my local dealer. Did the install in my garage by myself in just a couple days. Best investment we have made for the boat. Great product, no complaints.

One tip is you will need a tower rest when it is folded on closed bow boat or the tow point will rest directly on the gelcoat.

I cut a piece of plastic conduit at the angle of the bow. It has a computer mouse pad glued to the bottom of it to not scratch the boat.. There is a piece of pipe insulation (what they ship the tower in) inside the conduit so it fits snugly over the tow point yet protects the light on top.

See included photo.... Note the tower is only folded once in the photo to fit my 8' tall door opening. The legs fold again to fit under a 7' door opening also.
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