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Old 07-15-2007, 09:38 PM
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MasterCraft X-Star. Period.
Too damn expenxive. Period


Haulinvols: You're exactly right about what people have is the best.... Most of my looking so far has been on the net and it's hard to get a real good look at all the differences. So far the Correct Craft and Supra's are in the top running, but hopefully this week I'll be heading to Nashville to look at them in person. There's a dealer there for all the major brands that are all within 10 miles of each other. Price and dealer's play a big role in this, especially since I'm trying to trade off a boat. I don't need my azz kizzed or anything, but I just like to be treated fairly... I really don't even have to have anything new. A few years old would be great as long as it's been taken care of. I'm pretty picky about things.
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Old 07-16-2007, 10:11 AM
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I just bought my first wakeboard boat last year. Its a Supra 22' SSV v drive. It has been a great boat for my family. I always have little kids on it. Great for tubing and wakeboarding. It has the ballest system, perfect pass, and wake plate. It actually rides better than my 24' IO runabout I used to have. Supra builds their boats with no wood and they are very solid. Plus it fits in my garage.
The high end boats price wise are malibu, mastercraft.
Next would be tige, supra, centurion.
Go to www.wakeboarder.com to get more info than you could ever need.

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Old 07-17-2007, 01:01 PM
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Loe Marine Group might have a 05-06 malibu 23LSV. It was mine last year and I sold it to a guy and he doesn't use it much. I took such good care of that thing. Perfect boat for all around use. Big Stereo. Let me know if you want more details. You wont find a nicer one around.

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Old 07-19-2007, 12:20 AM
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Went to Nashville, TN today and looked at Correct Craft, Tige', Moomba, Supra, Malibu, and Mastercraft. WE're stuck on a Supra Launch 24SSV. This boat is fully loaded unlike some of the others for a higher price. I'm just waiting now to see if they'll consider trading my boat on their's. The person that does that was out of the office today.

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Looks good! That sucks you couldn't ink the deal.
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you will enjoy the supra.
it has been a good boat for my family.
just remember when you back up in an imboard they always back to the right no matter what.

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Old 07-19-2007, 09:28 AM
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Did you look at the Moomba line. Ever since the boys from Mastercraft came over alot of the r&d from Supra went right into their Moomba line. The Gravity LSV is an exceptional product with an even lower entry fee then Supra (both Skiers Choice)....
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Did you look at the Moomba line. Ever since the boys from Mastercraft came over alot of the r&d from Supra went right into their Moomba line. The Gravity LSV is an exceptional product with an even lower entry fee then Supra (both Skiers Choice)....
I did look at the Moomba's and they were really just basic. More of an entry-level boat. They did look nice and were cheaper though.
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saw a red and black supra over the weekend on cass lake in michigan. Dont know much about performance, reliability, problems, etc. But it sure looked killer on the water.
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