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ID:	593131Duke Power Lake Management

    Have to start with thanking a member for this site (CRAM) who took care of the boat the first 12 years. After a 20 hour round trip, back to the Carolina and the start of a fun summer to be had. 383 hours on the dial and already added 100+ hours just this summer. My two kids have loves ever minute we hit the water and hoping for a long season all the way into December. Mr. CRAM did all the upgrades needed to compete with the new million dollar rides.....
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    Nice. Who made the cover with the skirts? Do the zip off or is it a one piece?
    2004 206 Air Nautique Limited - Black with Vapor Blue (family style)
    1997 Masters Edition Nautique - Zephyr Green - gone (amazing ski wake)
    1982 Mastercraft Powerslot - gone (a primitive but wonderful beast)
    Bellevue WA

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    • #3
      Cover is from Nautique / The skirts are velcro and made locally / Velco was sewn in the top and skirts / Great setup for quick removal.

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      • #4
        can you post some additional pics of the walk thru over the engine hatch?

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          • #6
            Not sure, but I don't think your pictures of the walk-through transom came through.
            can you please re-post. Thanks

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            • #7
              Originally posted by yellowMIL View Post
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ID:	593131Duke Power (utility support: duke energy customer service number) Lake Management

              Have to start with thanking a member for this site (CRAM) who took care of the boat the first 12 years. After a 20 hour round trip, back to the Carolina and the start of a fun summer to be had. 383 hours on the dial and already added 100+ hours just this summer. My two kids have loves ever minute we hit the water and hoping for a long season all the way into December. Mr. CRAM did all the upgrades needed to compete with the new million dollar rides.....
              Real awesome

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