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10-29-2012, 01:33 PM #11
Now if I could only find a place to buy a towable cover! The guy that did my bimini for about $800 shot me a price of almost $2k!!!! I almost fell over!
Funny thing is I can get a cover for my suburban for less than $200 - That is quite a difference, guess there is a lot more Suburbans out there.
I don't blame you on wanting to lose the decals - heard those referred to as the "Barbie graphics" more than once. LOL
I got the boat so cheap with less than 200 hours on it (not anymore!) and was planning on just using it as a temp wakeboard boat until I could find a Natique this winter, but I ended up loving the way it rides so we are cleaning her up, already added a PerfectPass and a new stereo and of course the Bimini.
10-29-2012, 01:43 PM #12
Shop around - I have heard the same but found a guy who will do a custom towable, strapless cover for around $800 for me. He does mostly fishing boats but owns a Sanger - funny. This is a "its who you know" sort of deal though as my brother has been bringing his boats to the guy for the last 20 years. Average was more like $1200 at most places. Maybe scope out Evolution covers and see what they can do for you.
Curious if you can you tow on the road with the bimini out? At freeway speed?The years have been kind, it's the weekends that have done the damage.
2001 MobiusV - Slightly Modified...
10-29-2012, 01:53 PM #13
Curious if you can you tow on the road with the bimini out? At freeway speed?
Funny thing is when we picked up the boat at the guy's shop, which is about an hour and a half south of me, he would NOT let the boat leave with the top up!!!
10-29-2012, 01:54 PM #142003 Mobius LSV Gravity Games
Total Noob running 1100 in the center, 750s in the lockers.
JL JX360/4 powering 6 Infinity 621m speakers
10-29-2012, 04:04 PM #15
FYI That is the LSV not the MOBV the LSV is 20'8" and the MOBV i believe it 22' X"
The bimini is awesome any way to get some more pictures of it. I think that I am going to make something similar but I am going to make it snap to itself instead of the tower.-Mark
14 Mojo - 72 hours and growing
02 Mobius LSV ---- Sold and always will be remembered as the one that started it all.
"Hey you only live once"
10-29-2012, 04:09 PM #16
I cant believe that I didnt take any more pics the last day we were out, but I was busy with GLASS all day - the water was surreal!!!
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11-11-2012, 11:06 AM #19Member
- Join Date
- Apr 2012
- Juliette, GA
Nice boat! I got my hi speed buffer for like $40 at harbor freight and picked up some wool pads from Oreilly Autoparts.
This vid is great! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ke5kfYz9Ybw-Eric
11-11-2012, 08:39 PM #20
Arr, I've never bought any power tool at Harbor Freight that I didn't want to take back. I bought a dual action polisher to do my boat with (probably just the step up from what you bought), and I hate it. It's basically an orbital-type polisher, because any time that it is in contact with the surface, it stops spinning. I also bought a scroll saw there one time that didn't work well at all.
If I had it to do over again, I would just buy the dual action porter cable. A lot of people seem to be very happy with it, and it might have made my 5 hour polishing job only take 2 hours (just finished that up this past Saturday).===================================
2005 Moomba Mobius LSV