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  1. #11
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    Yea... the LS puts out a decent wake (not good for her) we were doing 28 + / -, but that pic might have been taken before we were up to speed (friend took pic). The spiders will most def be an issue. I have seen a couple of slips with a tarp installed about 12" down from the celing... spider poop catcher I am thinking.
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    Nice upgrade! Your boating life will be much more enjoyable.

    Spider poop is no fun. Shhhh, don't tell the EPA, but I secretly spray the Ortho bug killer all over my dock.
    Drew
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    Spider poop has to be one of the hardest things to clean off of vinyl. Are you getting a hydrohoist lift or an electric lift?
    -2012 Supra 21v
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    I use some stuff called spray nine that I order by the gallon from overton's. I have it in a spray bottle and it lasts the entire season, or longer, and it gets the poop off easy.
    Drew
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    Oh good, we will get some. We have a really good cover, hope that keeps most of it off. I am pretty ignorant about lifts. I know they have a blower, or vac (for lack of a better term) that fills (2) ballast tanks. What is that called?
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    It's a hydrohoist lift. Keep an eye on it if you're not gonna take the boat out for a while. We had a leaky valve on our hydrohoist, the tanks sank and the boat ended up in the water. Luckily it was tied up. I don't believe that is a normal problem because a lot of the boats in the marina barely get taken out and they never seem to leak down.
    -2012 Supra 21v
    Wetsounds Rev10's, Wetsounds SYN 4, Wetsounds XS-12, Alpine MRP-M500,
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    Good call. Always tie your boat off, even when on a lift. You never know when the boat may just float away. Trust me on this.
    Drew
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    Yup, Butthead woke up one morning and called the sheriff about his stolen boat. One of the neighbors found it out on the lake.
    My Mom said I'm not allowed to get wet!
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    Pipe down, now! That story wasn't for all to know.
    Drew
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    LMAO, I Tied it up. The marina staff there are pretty on the ball. Cameras everywhere and stuff.
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