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  • 2019 G23 pumped!

    After 5-6 years of staring at these boats and moving my way up from a Sanger to an Axis I made it to my goal. This is an incredible boat and looking forward to the cold water of winter!!

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  • #2
    Holy smokes...!! Thatís a phat looking G. Congrats man!


    Sent from my iPhone using PLT Nautique

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    • #3
      thanks man. Had the chance to ride and mess with settings yesterday and still have a grin on my face from how fun the wake is

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      • #4
        Wow! Congrats. Looks nice!

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        • #5
          Awesome G.....nice colors. But....are we really stuck with that stupid window. Didn't they do a fix for that. Hello....Nautique...are you out there??? Change the hinges for the love of God.....

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Kenv View Post
            Awesome G.....nice colors. But....are we really stuck with that stupid window. Didn't they do a fix for that. Hello....Nautique...are you out there??? Change the hinges for the love of God.....
            I donít see much of a fix possible there since the window is concave. Maybe some complex sliding window system instead of a hinge? Idk.

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            • #7
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ID:	571715 Mark....I only reason I pointed it out was someone on here mentioned that in the '19 walk-through video on the Nautique site, it appears the window sits lower (Flusher) onto the passenger window. Maybe I'm wrong, but i thought someone on here said they had revised the hinge system so it would sit flatter. I did watch the video after I read that and it does appear to sit flatter.
              Last edited by Kenv; 11-05-2018, 09:38 AM.

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              • #8
                i donít see how a different hinge would change things...it sits higher than in the walk through video because the bumper the put on the glass to prevent the two pieces from slamming into each other is on a different spot on my windshield vs that screenshot. I donít have a problem with it as it functions pretty well and doesnít move around, although does hurt how streamlined it looks when open vs closed

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                • #9
                  Thanks J. So...let me ask this. On your boat...is it the rubber/plastic stopper that keeps the window so high? Could it be on the walk-through G23 they have the stopper removed...or moved so the window opens more?? Just curious....can you re-position you stopper to let the window open more? Without compromising/damaging the glass on either the passenger window or the center window of course. Because there is a BIG difference on where your window sits vs that pic above of the red 23.

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                  • #10
                    The first boat our dealer got didnít have a stopper at all. Iíll take a look in the next couple days as I was interested in moving it over to allow the glass to sit down a bit. Itís simply a sticky rubber stopper...nothing special

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                    • #11
                      OK cool....if you get a chance. Now...back to staring at your bad A$$ boat!!

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                      • #12
                        Bold and beautiful! Congrats thatís a great looking boat!
                        2009 Super Air Nautique 210 TE
                        2006 Super Air Nautique 210 TE
                        1989 Sport Nautique

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                        • #13
                          So kind of a good news bad news situation. Good news is it can be placed elsewhere and have the window sit much much lower. Bad news is I yanked mine off and now need to reattach mine...it split when I yanked on it. It is actually over an inch thick so I may trim it down and remount it.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Jmulhollen View Post
                            So kind of a good news bad news situation. Good news is it can be placed elsewhere and have the window sit much much lower. Bad news is I yanked mine off and now need to reattach mine...it split when I yanked on it. It is actually over an inch thick so I may trim it down and remount it.
                            That window can't be cheap to replace. FWIW, I kinda changed things this year in my boat and guests now know that closed is the preferred normal position of my walk through-especially since mine is tinted. I really dig these new windshields though. One step closer to ideal cosmetics for Nauti. Now if they could just up their game, spend a few hundred more per boat and use as high of quality gel coat as Centurion or MB Sport. THAT would be awesome.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by markj View Post

                              Now if they could just up their game, spend a few hundred more per boat and use as high of quality gel coat as Centurion or MB Sport. THAT would be awesome.
                              I do not understand, what that sentence should mean....

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