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    [QUOTE=KnoxMojo;338626][QUOTE=Prospersigman;338625]
    Quote Originally Posted by KnoxMojo View Post
    Plus the Supra page is next to nothing with the new boats.
    The poor Supra forum . . . In the past, I have caused some conflict basically saying the same thing on that site.


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    [QUOTE=Prospersigman;338625][QUOTE=KnoxMojo;338620]
    Quote Originally Posted by sivs1 View Post
    This entire thread started out as him saying goodbye to Supra and forum members and turned into a who's hose is bigger and better built.
    Wakeworld Part II, plus add the fact everyone is chomping to get boats out.


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    [QUOTE=Prospersigman;338625][QUOTE=KnoxMojo;338620]
    Quote Originally Posted by sivs1 View Post


    This entire thread started out as him saying goodbye to Supra and forum members and turned into a who's hose is bigger and better built.
    I think the majority thought his ri was a great boat.

    I think the only negative feedback was on the fi model.


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    [QUOTE=MJHSupra;338635][QUOTE=KnoxMojo;338626]
    Quote Originally Posted by Prospersigman View Post

    The poor Supra forum . . . In the past, I have caused some conflict basically saying the same thing on that site.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sandm View Post
    man, I've been wrong and now corrected. I always thought the "big 3" everyone has been chasing were nautique, bu and mc.
    I agree with those three as being the "Big 3" in the wake boat market. I was referring the the "Big 3" in the surf boat market. Of Bu could sneak in there and make it a "Big 4". Dammit sandm, just make it the "Big 9" like you suggest.
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    the big 3 to me are Natique, MC, and Malibu. Supra would make it the big 4 and we can agree on that. Really it should be the big 4.. the others have things to prove yet and certainly need more dealer network. I can buy any of the big 4 at multiple locations and dealerships. The others are quite hard to find.

    ever wonder why no one talks about boats like MB? because there just isn't enough dealers. Same with Sanger, same with supreme and centurion. I am sure some states are loaded with dealers but all states usually have the big 4.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sivs1 View Post
    I agree with those three as being the "Big 3" in the wake boat market. I was referring the the "Big 3" in the surf boat market. Of Bu could sneak in there and make it a "Big 4". Dammit sandm, just make it the "Big 9" like you suggest.
    Have you seen a Mastercraft X24 or x26 in person? They're impressive to say the least. I haven't ridden one yet but could easily this summer. Do you not have any big MC dealers around you?
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    So far, good press on the X24, but I also hear that about the X22.
    Most the the dedicated MC guys are moving up/down depending on their crew size.
    Quite a few X23s for sale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trayson View Post
    Have you seen a Mastercraft X24 or x26 in person? They're impressive to say the least. I haven't ridden one yet but could easily this summer. Do you not have any big MC dealers around you?
    X26 needs a truckload of ballast to dish the goods. BAB with weak sauce factory ballast.

    Gorgeous machines though.


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    MC Towers are ugly


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