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Posted by adam4x4 on 07 April 2016 - 09:00 PM
Posted by somepeteguy on 19 September 2014 - 01:17 PM
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Posted by MB Dude on 09 May 2017 - 08:52 PM
Just got my 2017 MB F22 fresh build, special thanks to Larson's Marine, Stockton CA for the Hook-Up!!
Ordered the Boat at the Sacramento Boat show picked out all the colors, got a build date and two weeks later here it is. Then got to go down to MB and see the boat being built.
Posted by The Donfather on 23 September 2017 - 05:41 PM
Ok I got the floor installed today. I did everything by myself except for the main floor. Thank god Garys happened to show up and was kind enough to help me, Having a second set of hands for the big pieces is very helpful.
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Posted by Jake (((O))) on 07 January 2017 - 07:36 PM
Posted by Hyperryd on 01 December 2016 - 10:03 PM
Posted by Ship Faced on 08 September 2016 - 02:44 PM
This is my Son.
He is almost 4.
He is very much like a college roommate:
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But he's a hell of a wing-man... (all things non-promiscuous)
This is my Mother.
She is.. ahem.. over 60 years old. She did watersports as a kid and a young adult, but hasn't for many years.
I finally convinced her to try surfing - she was sure she couldn't do it. This is the result.
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That smile is priceless to me.
Posted by Shawndoggy on 08 August 2016 - 09:32 AM
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Posted by bagger103 on 28 January 2016 - 01:30 PM
Posted by billwil on 19 October 2015 - 12:27 AM
Hi, everyone. I've been hanging around here (and a few other boards) for the last few weeks as I've been shopping for a new boat. After narrowing it down (based on dealers and the boats themselves) to a 2016 Axis T23 and a 2016 MB B52 23, we went with the MB. We liked the look and quality of the interior compared to the T23, and the fact that the MB had everything we wanted already, including a decent stock stereo system. My teenage boys liked the wake and the wave slightly better than the Axis, too...although I did like the simplicity of the Axis systems.
It was a hard decision to choose the new boat, but something that wasn't hard was saying goodbye to our old boat. We weren't very sad to see our 2003 Tige 24V go (we've had some problems...with the boat AND the dealer), but we've been really excited about the new MB. Here she is.
I'll try to get some more shots soon, but we've been busy breaking in the engine so we can start pulling...and working around travel and rare rainy days here in AZ. We had to decide whether to order a boat or choose one that was already coming to AWS (the dealer here). Ahren over at AWS had spec'd this one out already, and when I saw the gel scheme and the interior, I knew this was our boat. I had been spending way too much time trying to figure out the gel scheme that we would want to order, and when I saw the mock-ups of this one (it hadn't come in yet when we decided on it), it was clear that I wouldn't need to come up with my own. We love it. Simple, classic, with a just a touch of bling.
Just wanted to introduce myself and the new ride now that I'm officially an MB owner. Thanks for the help so far...seems like a good group of people here.
Posted by Kalamazoo on 19 September 2014 - 01:05 PM
1/2" pvc pipe & tees
3/4" foam pipe insulation
holds 3 surf and 2 wake at highway speeds safely...obviously could add more surf
2 vertical 'combs' that can be stowed behind drivers seat during boat use.
Posted by Theblackpearl on 07 September 2017 - 09:54 PM
Posted by Shawndoggy on 05 April 2017 - 05:57 AM
I know the guys at MB and they are a good bunch. They build a great product. Trust me, I see every make and model/brand on the water. I realize I don't know all the history on your boat etc, but I think a authorized dealer being involved in this situation could help solve issues and get you on the water faster + quicker + less headache. If any stereo concerns occur, you have us on the bat phone.
Brian, you've got a great touch for this kind of stuff. Seriously, it's a gift, and MB is really lucky to have you along for the ride, as your post shows. Sometimes it's not what customer support does in situations like this, it's how they do it. You and exile are always VERY good about making sure the customer knows he comes first. You guys could just as easily be a-holes and say "not our fault some doofus unplugged your EQ." Result would be the same... EQ reconnected, stereo keeps working. But the way you do it gives the customer the confidence that someone is there standing behind the product and will help out later.
I wish your customer service ethic would rub off on others. Half the time it's not whether the problem gets fixed (it will), it's whether the customer feels like the manufacturer cares that there's a problem in the first place (you do care... or at least are very good at creating the feeling that you do). All boat manufacturers and their dealers could learn a lot from how you approach this kind of stuff.
Posted by Chamo on 07 April 2016 - 09:23 PM
Very cool. Had ours out last Friday. 44 degree water.
We here she is!! Can not wait to get her in the water!
Posted by mxvet on 10 November 2015 - 10:02 AM
Tomcat and I went down to AZ on 11/5 for some pulls with Ahren Benziger@AWS on Saguaro lake.
2016 MB B52 23' (400) - gravity ballast full, 23.4 mph, 85' rope, 2315 prop, 3 guys in boat.
Camera phone footage
Posted by Rinoswiatek on 24 September 2015 - 09:20 PM