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    anyone running a splash gaurd on there 21' Daytona's?????...I See them on the 19' Daytona's
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrotherWolf View Post
    anyone running a splash gaurd on there 21' Daytona's?????...I See them on the 19' Daytona's
    Unchained has one if I'm not mistaken. I am making one...but I had to put it on the back burner to finish my capping....stress crack removal, paint the boat inside and out project.lol
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    if the water gets that rough, I'll just load mine up
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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw View Post
    if the water gets that rough, I'll just load mine up
    Mine isn't done yet....but I like to call it cheap insurance. The mountain lakes I go on can get wicked rough quick. And then there is the tow behind the houseboat at lake powell factor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrotherWolf View Post
    anyone running a splash gaurd on there 21' Daytona's?????...I See them on the 19' Daytona's
    Nice looking boat.Unless you boat in the ocean don't ruin it.

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    I get more water over the rear side of my 21' when cruising then over the back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by H20MOFO View Post
    Mine isn't done yet....but I like to call it cheap insurance. The mountain lakes I go on can get wicked rough quick. And then there is the tow behind the houseboat at lake powell factor.

    never thought about the Powell factor,
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    Quote Originally Posted by H20MOFO View Post
    Mine isn't done yet....but I like to call it cheap insurance. The mountain lakes I go on can get wicked rough quick. And then there is the tow behind the houseboat at lake powell factor.

    ya the lakes we go to up in the mountains can at times get pretty windy. ...If I keep my hood on...Im not realy worried about it but Im sure I will be pulling that off in the future for good........Im not use to having a dizzy on the back end of the motor
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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw View Post
    if the water gets that rough, I'll just load mine up


    its getting to the boat ramp that worries me...with the tahiti I have never really had to worry about those kind of things
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    "Note to self"..... dont take your Stealth anywhere near the open seas that these guys are running their river boats on, things should be ok if you follow these simple instructions! (also, still keep a keen eye open for the full ballast wake board guys like MikeD!)

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