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  1. My friend always rides with a helmet and he...

    My friend always rides with a helmet and he swears that the falls rattle him less with it on (normal falls into the water, not even considering hitting a board etc)
  2. Here is the...

    Here is the thread:http://www.moomba.com/msgboard/showthread.php?24345-Group-Buy-Fresh-Air-Exhaust!
    I think it was only through 7/3, but send brain_rinse a pm and contact FAE to see if it's still...
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    I always think of diesels as longer-lasting than...

    I always think of diesels as longer-lasting than the gasoline counterparts. Is that generally true? I have two GMs with 210k miles that are still running great.
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    Well, this wasn't just a matter of adding screws....

    Well, this wasn't just a matter of adding screws. The whole frame needed to be opened up to get the glass to re-seat in the channel. It was well within my abilities (with extra hands) but a glass...
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    I've got the cap with the Roo logo. The damn...

    I've got the cap with the Roo logo. The damn thing does stay snapped in so most of the time I have a decorative threaded stud and nut showing. I've seen lots of Moombas with the same set up! I really...
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    I vent from the nose. I figured that it would be...

    I vent from the nose. I figured that it would be the high spot, especially underway. The vent line from my center bag reached the nose of the IBS so it was really easy.
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    Windshield coming out of frame

    We just noticed that a section of the windshield frame started to come apart. It looks like a screw was either missing or worked itself out. The curved section of the windshield is partially out of...
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    I too live with the seat and cup holders popping...

    I too live with the seat and cup holders popping up. If you have people sitting up there, that will keep the seats down - otherwise, I want all the weight I can get.

    The cup holders have a drain...
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    There are connectors at each end of the bag and...

    There are connectors at each end of the bag and also one in the middle on top.
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    I don't know much about the current market for...

    I don't know much about the current market for XLVs but my opinion in general is that NADA is always lower than what I would consider market price. My guess is that the smaller market for boats...
  11. Thread: ski wake

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    Well like I said, I didn't enjoy skiing behind...

    Well like I said, I didn't enjoy skiing behind the LSV. Don't get me wrong, I love our LSV, I just have no intention of ever skiing behind it again.
  12. Thread: Barefoot Boom

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    Barefoot Boom

    I have a Barefoot Boom by Barefoot International for sale. This is the direct drive model.

    $250 + S/H

    20411

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  13. Thread: ski wake

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    I'm usually in the 30-32 range. For my ability, I...

    I'm usually in the 30-32 range. For my ability, I could feel how it gets "easier" above 32 in open water but in a course it just comes at me too quickly so I stayed below 32. It sounds like my...
  14. Thread: ski wake

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    I've tried skiing behind a pre-2006 LSV and my...

    I've tried skiing behind a pre-2006 LSV and my 2007 LSV. (I believe the pre-2006 LSV hull is now the current OBV hull) Neither experience was what I would describe as enjoyable. The earlier hull...
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    Yeah, I actually hurt my hand the first time...

    Yeah, I actually hurt my hand the first time surfing with that prop... I had a very lazy grip and wasn't ready for how strong the boat could pull. For the first time, I've actually started asking the...
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    That's some good crack! Seriously though, this...

    That's some good crack!

    Seriously though, this is a great group of people. We knew we wanted a Moomba and then I found this forum. Now, I'm not sure I'd want anything but a Moomba just for the...
  17. Definitely look at the cable first. I had this...

    Definitely look at the cable first. I had this issue the first time I took my boat out. The problem was simply that the cable had bounced out of the retainer bracket.
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    The rangers here use it to write tickets for...

    The rangers here use it to write tickets for overloaded boats. I got stopped once on my old boat (6 in a closed bow is a pretty full load, 8 might have been pushing my luck) but that boat didn't...
  19. Thread: Batteries

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    ...And remember to top them up occasionally...

    ...And remember to top them up occasionally during the winter. I try to get the batteries on the trickle charger for 1/2 day, once a month. I have lost a lot of summer batteries (boat, Jeep,...
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    We are also volunteering at the local Wake the...

    We are also volunteering at the local Wake the World event later in July. I've been wondering about what to do. Did you find that they wanted to try to learn to ski or board; or was the agenda more...
  21. Thread: my 08 LSV mods

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    Do you think access to the drain plug is OK?...

    Do you think access to the drain plug is OK? Would it be better compared to the straight pipe option? We have to pull the plug every time for ANS inspections, so I need it to be relatively painless.
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    Do you know how to hot wire it? I had to do it...

    Do you know how to hot wire it? I had to do it once when I got to the lake without the keys. Basically the back of the switch will have a "hot" wire with 12V from the battery, a "run" wire and a...
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    Calibrate at the speed you use. If you use a...

    Calibrate at the speed you use. If you use a couple of speeds (wake surf and wake board) I would calibrate at the higher speed.
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    I just placed my order.

    I just placed my order.
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    Sprinkler solenoids work on 24 V AC - Not 110. 12...

    Sprinkler solenoids work on 24 V AC - Not 110. 12 V DC works perfectly for these solenoids.
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