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    Default My Daytona is finally here

    Big thanks to JJ (Beaver Fab) for dragging her home. That bitch is long. Gonna have to modify my shop a little to get the fat girl to fit. I had plans to make the tongue removable. When I saw it the first time at JJ's I realized it had surge brakes. Gotta rethink that plan a little. I know it can be done but it may be easier to modify my shop walls to make it fit. LOL.

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    congrats, i want one one day too, killer boat

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    Nice boat, Gas Prices uf $3.27? Out here in the West were're $3.88
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    You are gonna love it

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    Congrats Matt, looks awesome!

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    right on man!....killer looking boat...what are the plans for this one?...gunna build a totally tricked out lake boat or use it as is?


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    Nice ride, Maybe swing away tongue? Instead of removeable....Let the fun begin.

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    Thanks guys. Plan is to clean it up and use as is this summer. Winter will bring a more detailed once over and make it pretty. Winter 2013 will bring more power. Had plans to sell both the Rebel and the Ambassador once this one got here but the wife wants to keep the Ambassador. The Rebel will either be sold or parted out. I hate the thought of letting the Rebel go but it just rides too rough for me after the back surgery. My back is great but I am very conscious of how I treat it now. I have a feeling the new ride will make letting the Rebel go much easier.

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    well if you make the daytona turn out as nice as the rebel you'll have one of the coolest boats around!...good luck with the new ride!


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    1st David Stacy's......

    now a 21 Daytona......

    your really making me jealous....

    nice score!!!!!!!!

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    Congrats you will love it, geeeze I guess we missed that one, they normaly get sucked out of cali up to the P.N.W
    With Spray there is a way!!!

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    Nice boat Matt. I think you will love the ride of the Daytona plus you can put some serious power to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mojave85 View Post
    Nice boat Matt. I think you will love the ride of the Daytona plus you can put some serious power to it.

    Very nice! I have a removable tongue with the surge brakes disabled. It's 24' from the reverse bucket to the front of the sponsons (give or take a cpl inches) With the tongue in, it's 28 feet long.
    1992 Eliminator Daytona 21'

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    Nice rig there.... You can keep the surge brakes by doing a swing-away tongue. Cut off the hard lines at the V and install tube to hose adapters. Then use braided steel flex lines (-3AN size) at the point of the bending and run them inside the box tube along with your wiring. Looks real clean that way. You can go back to hard line again if you want or just run the flex all the way to the reservoir.

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