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  1. #1
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    Default '06 Mobius LSV

    Let's try this again! Posted these before but it didn't stick around very long. Enjoy.

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    '06 Mobius LSV.

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    VERY NICE !!!

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    VERY NICE !! How hard was the heater to install ?

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    Can't say. That was one of the few things I let the dealership do before delivery. In hind sight, I would have prefered to do it myself. I've pretty well disassembled the entire boat since I bought it (partly because I was adding things and partly because I have a terrible habit of taking apart brand new things just to see if I can put them back together). The heater and all of it's components (which are few) looks like a pretty easy install. I dont even remember what the price was from the dealership - they threw in a bunch of extras because fo the boat show, etc., etc.

    I will tell you that we've used the heater for nearly all of the 26 hours that we've put on the boat in the last 2 months. My wife loves it.
    '06 Mobius LSV.

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    So what I want to know is what have you bought, taken apart and not been able to put back together?

    By the way nice job!! boat looks awesome!
    2005 Moomba Outback

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    Default Replying to Topic ''06 Mobius LSV'

    great question! i'm more than a little embarassed to say that i completely took apart our home in Scottsdale about 3 years ago and have not been able to put it all back together yet! Maybe the fact that we spend about 45 weekend a year at the lake is slowing things down? lol
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    You only live once, there will be lots of time for a rebuild in the future!!
    You gotta have priorities......sounds like yours are in the right place to me!

    Cheers

    J
    2005 Moomba Outback

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    I love it man! Beautiful boat! I have an army green 06 and am so happy with mine I'm sure you will be too. Couple of questions though. First why did they put it on a black trailer did you ask for that to match your tow rig or something? Second how did you attach the sirius antenna? Did you use double sided tape? K I realize it seems like more than two questions but each question seems to be a two parter. lol

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    Default Replying to Topic ''06 Mobius LSV'

    Future,
    Thanks for the good vibes. I never really thought about the trailer color. I insisted on the tandem and black is what they gave me. What color is your trailer?

    The antenna is just stuck on with some 3M double-sided tape. I got some that claims that it's rated for outdoor use. Worst case - I'll reapply at the beginning of each season.

    peace.
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    Great looking boat and well planned installs. I was surprised you didn't make the speaker covers yourself..lol. I have a 98 Mobius and with the heater I had to replace the core last year as it started to leak. The heater box is a simple design and i imagine the only hard part would be installing "T's" on your engine for the hoses and running the water hoses to the box. The vent tubing uses a 4" hole cutter but you have to feel comfortable putting a 4" hole in your boat and have plenty of room behind it for the hose housing.
    1998 Mobius
    310 HP PCM

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