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barefooterh2o
10-06-2006, 12:10 AM
Sold.

EricNCSU1204
10-06-2006, 11:24 AM
few questions for you....... ballast?, if so, how much? tandem or single axle trailer?

barefooterh2o
10-06-2006, 12:20 PM
Has only 80 lb. fat sac used for balancing the boat when doing the slalom course. That and a 1100 gph pump is included. Both are new this summer. I installed a power outlet and ran off a unused accessory switch for the pump. I didn't use the boat for wakeboading even though it has the tower and racks.

Single axle trailer with brakes. I use synthetic oil and the motor box and front seats are always open when not in use to keep everything dry. Boat stored in a garage when not in use either at my home or at a private lake house.

EricNCSU1204
10-06-2006, 12:23 PM
ok, thanks.... was looking for something with more stick ballast and a tandem... preciate your time!

EricNCSU1204
10-06-2006, 12:24 PM
*stock ballast that is

missoulajon
10-07-2006, 03:13 PM
Love to see some pics. johnc@orimt.org. Or can you post?

barefooterh2o
10-07-2006, 11:15 PM
Not sure how to post photos on this website. Otherwise, I'll send aboat a dozen photos including engine compartment, and interior of each seat. Boat stored in garage and engine compartment and seats are always open to air out when not in use. I especially don't like moisture in the engine compartment. Ruins electrical parts if box is closed. I'm a certified ASE master technician and a mechanical engineer. Hope this helps.

missoulajon
10-09-2006, 10:34 PM
The photos were appreciated. Looks great. Can you give more info on the specs, covers, or other juicy details?

barefooterh2o
10-10-2006, 12:05 AM
[/b]Boat has the following, Rad-a-cage tower, 2 board racks, a Bimini top and a boat cover which are in excellent, like new condition. 1100 lb. fat sac pump and 80 lbs sac. 310 hp. Indmar engine, with 3 blade prop. Depth finder, nice stereo, rear ski locker. I used it for skiing the slalom course and some barefooting at 38 mph. Reason for the 3 blade prop. I have a Malibu boat that I use more for barefooting and slalom course skiing than this one. Boat drives and looks great! Excellent condition!

missoulajon
10-11-2006, 01:33 PM
Do you have perfect pass, heated seats, shower, raiseable seat for driver, and does your cover fit over wake tower, or does the tower fold down. How many feet from swim deck to folded in trailer arm. Do you have a spare tire for the trailer?

thanks missoulajon

barefooterh2o
10-11-2006, 11:51 PM
What is listed above is what the boat has. The cover is like new condition. The boat is always in the garaged uncovered. The cover fits with the tower lowered. The Rad-A-Cage tower folds forward easily with one person. I had a Monster Tower and it takes 2 people to fold it down. The Rad-A-Cage tower folds the same height as the windsheild. I use 2 yellow (matches the boat) foam padding that wraps around the front tower so it doesn't scratch the hull. The measurements should be listed under Moomba website for this year boat. Look up "Library" heading. It also shows the tower folded down on page 32. If need be, I can take measurements. I switch out my tournament boats between home garage and lake house garages. Depends which boat I use where. The home garage is smaller. It's only 19.5" depth x 32. I just angle it in the 2 car portion. It takes up 2 stalls at home and 1 at the lake because it's much deeper. Sometimes I take the rear deck off and put it in the rear ski locker to make it easier to angle in the home garage. Takes 30 seconds to do.

I can send photos to you with the tower folded down and in the garage at home. Email me at mustang_corvette@msn.com.