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Old 11-04-2012, 10:08 AM
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That's awesome! Nothing wrong with a Bayliner.....you just work with what you got!

I learned off of a 79' Cobalt with a "deep" vee. We tied two ropes together to get us back far enough out of the prop wash. We did it and it was awesome! When we went to the smaller SeaRay....major upgrade! The boat was quicker and wake MUCH small!

I do love my MC's wake and power now though....
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Old 11-04-2012, 10:11 PM
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That's awesome! Nothing wrong with a Bayliner.....you just work with what you got!

I learned off of a 79' Cobalt with a "deep" vee. We tied two ropes together to get us back far enough out of the prop wash. We did it and it was awesome! When we went to the smaller SeaRay....major upgrade! The boat was quicker and wake MUCH small!

I do love my MC's wake and power now though....
I cant wait till my boat is done, Ive skied behind a malibu, a 91 nautique and a 78 nautique, cant wait to barefoot behind my MC!

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nkorep2, where bout's in the SE are you located?
Tallahassee, Fl
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