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JEFF

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    http://aquasportsmarine.com/

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  • Location
    Fenton, MI
  • Hometown Lake
    Silver Lake

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  1. No need. Your statements, and postings say enough. I truly wish you the best of luck getting your boat working again.
  2. Two sides to every story. I truly wish you the best of luck getting your boat working again.
  3. WOW! Exactly the response I would expect from you.
  4. ONEQUICKTANG, As a dealer, one that has had to work through "service bulletins" with customers, I truly understand your frustration. But in fairness to everybody involved, especially fellow MB owners or potential MB owners, I wish you would give all of the information. Like how many owners the boat has had, how many hours were on it when you bought it, how were you treated poorly by the dealer, has the prop ever been rebuilt, what was discussed with the repairing dealer before they did the repairs, did they mentioned that the shaft is prone to breaking since the boat had been run for so lo
  5. It will be there! Look forward to seeing you!
  6. We just received this boat and had to post. One of the coolest we've seen!
  7. Congratulations Mike and Thanks for all of the kind words! We are very fortunate to have such great customers
  8. There were a few 2011 220V's made. We sold one and will have it for sale again soon.
  9. I would guess it is either a weak impeller or a chunk from an old impeller is not allowing your current impeller the seal against the housing. I don't believe the check valves came into play until the 2006 model year. If you do have the check valves, somepeteguy is on target.
  10. from an earlier post. http://www.mbboatowners.com/index.php?option=com_fireboard&Itemid=2&func=view&catid=2&id=2110
  11. Could be "air locked" while motor is cool, remove your coolant cap fire boat and bring up to temp. You should be able to see coolant circulate in the reservoir. Add coolant if needed. We had one a few years ago that was over heating. We burped it and it has been fine ever since.
  12. Ian, SICK!!!!! I like the colors.
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