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jmcclain01

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About jmcclain01

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  1. All flake Ri237

    I saw this and thought the same thing. I would hate to deal with bunk rash on the metal flake hull though. It's a massive boat and looks incredible for sure.
  2. Drought

    Guess yall's lakes are three or four times deeper than ours here in Texas. We had 6 years of drought that was eliminated by one wet season. Granted it was a record wet season but none the less. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Drought

    Seems like every time I check the weather Nor Cal is getting a lot of rain and snow in the mountains. Hard to believe it's not making that gig of an impact seeing what the same storms are doing to us here in Texas. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Drought

    How are the lake levels looking out there now? It seems you guys have been getting all the storms that have our Texas lakes flooded again? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Buyers can no longer choose where they buy their boat!

    I can almost guarantee you this is a Correct Craft mandate as they have had territory restrictions for as long as I can remember. Not so sure Fineline has a say in this. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Tower volume control

    Scream Marine is great to work with. Tim does a great job and deals with great equipment. He's done my last two boats. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Thanks for all the help. We ride regular, on the port side. I assume this would be regular prop rotation for most V-drives these days? I looked at the SS210 at the boat show but climbed around the other boat there, thought it was the 230, just to compare size which is what got me thinking about the extra space, it sure was nice. We don't really need the length difference, but with the lack of storage I thought it might help resolve that problam a little bit. I would option the boat just as the 210 was there, without RAM fill and all the extra ballast which I think totals 3000 pounds? I'm going to go back to the show tomorrow to talk more and climb around the boat more, but I thought I would try to learn as much as possible prior to going back so I'll know what questions to ask and know more of what I am looking at. I do really like the interior styling and the options they offered over the MB, mostly the tower difference. The dealer location is also a huge bonus for me. I live in Frisco and getting to TMC is a pain for me, but Freedom is so close and easy to get to.
  8. I'll take a look at that thread, thanks for the heads up.
  9. We have a 2009 216V and have been very happy with it. It's a good all around boat not but not great at anything. We have started surfing more with the rough waters and increasing age and this is difficult ith our current boat. I have to spend about 30 minutes setting up and breaking down bags which are placed all over the boat to get just an average surf wave at best. I was at the Dallas boat show this weekend and sepnt a lot of time in the Enzo 210 and 230. I like the fact that it has a PCM powerplant, makes my wife at ease with the reliability factor, but I don't know much about the boats outside of that. I do know historically they are known to be the best surf boats out there, but my few questions are: 1. if we get the extra ballast, I think it's 3000 pounds, will this be a good surf wave with no extra bags. If I do this and we still have to fill extra bags I'm going to be in big trouble. 2. Is the 230 worth the extra $6k? I like the additional space on the inside, but any differences other that that? 3. Resale. Coming out of a Nautique we are having a very pleasant experience with our boat value, seems to be holding it real well. Do you guys see this with the Enzos as well? 4. Why Enzo and not MB 23' wide body? Thanks in advance for your help and I apologize if there are repeat questions that have been answered before. through my searches it seems there is a lot of info on the older models, but could not find a lot on the newer models. Maybe they haven't changed too much, but don't know the answer to that question either.
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