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    Default Mobius Lsv 2009 ( how much should i pay)

    Mobius Lsv 2009 in perfect condition

    -around 40 hours
    -800 lbs ballast kit
    -325 hp
    -cruise control
    -no tower speakers
    -no salt water kit
    -no trim plate
    -warranty still valid for one year on the engine
    -1 axle trailer is like new

    I have an idea but want to be sure before doing anything

    thank you

    Jake

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    As much as it takes. Great boat!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaneboats View Post
    As much as it takes. Great boat!
    around 33K would it be a good deal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wakeboy View Post
    around 33K would it be a good deal?
    Yes..you are going to pay more than 30k, but definitely less than 38k ish...33k would be a decent deal, but you may be closer to 35k.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brad460 View Post
    Yes..you are going to pay more than 30k, but definitely less than 38k ish...33k would be a decent deal, but you may be closer to 35k.
    this is what i taught while looking at the nada guides

    - it is a disadvantage to only have the gravity 1 ballast system and no hydraulic wake plate ? for the resale value

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    I think its pretty amazing you found an lsv without a wake plate. Good luck hopefully you'll be a ember of the family soon!
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    Default Mobius Lsv 2009 ( how much should i pay)

    Quote Originally Posted by wakeboy View Post

    - it is a disadvantage to only have the gravity 1 ballast system and no hydraulic wake plate ? for the resale value
    IMO, yes it is a disadvantage for resale & performance. You can add both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfeman131 View Post
    IMO, yes it is a disadvantage for resale & performance. You can add both.
    OK so I should let it go or it can be a good buy anyway?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wakeboy View Post
    OK so I should let it go or it can be a good buy anyway?
    Both those items are easy to install if you want them. They only retract the value by a 1K or so.

    If your finding a 09 in the low 30s its a good deal
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    Quote Originally Posted by mmandley View Post
    Both those items are easy to install if you want them. They only retract the value by a 1K or so.

    If your finding a 09 in the low 30s its a good deal
    Sure, IF you're comfortable installing these items on your own. If not, call a local dealer and ask them what it will cost to install rear bags & a wake plate. I'll bet you it's more than $1k. There is a reason another member mentioned it's rare to find a LSV without a wakeplate: nobody wants one without it. So, resale value may not be impacted much, but your pool of folks that would buy it are greatly diminished.

    If you can, get a price for parts and labor to get it fixed up the way you want it and use that as a negotiating tool to get a better price from the seller.
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