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pdxrob

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  1. Thank you, @BTown801. I'll be in the Willamette / Columbia rivers here in Portland which will usually be 30-50 feet of water so depth shouldn't be much of an issue. We do get some chop on the rivers though so I like the idea of a smoother ride in the water. Does anybody have opinions on he 400 vs. 450 motors? We're at sea level in Portland but I do go to Tahoe for a week every year which is 6,200 feet. Thanks!
  2. Thank you for the feedback @OrangeTJ. Do you think that the MB Wave is surfable for beginners and kids being harder and steeper?
  3. Hello, I’m in the market for a new boat and am honing in on 3. I have a 5, 10 and 13 year old and as a single dad tend to take out other families so space and versatility is important. I also know the kids will get more into surfing as we go and I don’t want to upgrade again anytime soon. I’m considering the B52 23 Alpha, Axis T23 or a lightly used (2017-2019) LSV23. I like the simplicity of the Axis’ surf system but the MB has a better layout IMO. I’m worried about durability and a 3 year warranty with the MB vs. the 5 year with the Axis. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
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