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  1. #41
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    Quote Originally Posted by Holdmybeer View Post
    Sewlong - $2500
    Wake shade - $899 until May 31st.

    Kind of a no brainer. I like the wakshade folds up.

    @Ruger did you say you don't fold up your sail with the fabric on? Wondering if that is possible.
    Shit…. The cinco de mayo effect didnt have me seeing price!!! What a difference indeed, and with further research I see the Sewlong ‘needs’ to be used with their Bimini
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dukabor View Post
    Thanks for sharing Ruger… I was hoping it would extend further back, but far more coverage than the stock Bimini

    I see Sewlong makes something like that as well….

    https://sewlong.com/shade-sail/

    It ‘appears’ to extend further back, but looking for some pics online, especially on a Makai, these boats have a way of making everything seem small !!

    Found a pic on a Moomba…. Extends quite far (though that pic is not a Makai)

    Attachment 31011
    Yep Sewlong makes a nice one for sure, but I couldn’t justify the price of it. But I really wouldn’t want one too much longer, you’d hit your head climbing back into the boat, or at least I would


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    Quote Originally Posted by Holdmybeer View Post
    Sewlong - $2500
    Wake shade - $899 until May 31st.

    Kind of a no brainer. I like the wakshade folds up.

    @Ruger did you say you don't fold up your sail with the fabric on? Wondering if that is possible.
    You can fold the fabric in but it’s not connected anymore to the frame anymore, so lot easier/faster to just throw the fabric in the glove box.


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    https://www.shorelinebrands.com/prod...=false&q=false

    i just installed it on my 19 mojo and it only took about 30-45 min to install. see b pics below. i also powder coated the brackets glass black to match my tower. they come polished aluminum.
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    Bobby,

    Thanks a ton for sharing, that looks like good coverage, and great work on matching the colors up, looks seamless!
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    400 - 1.76 - Acme 3409 16x13 prop (15.5x15 Altitude/Wake spare) prop
    Ballast Mods: (aka TINRFD): 1000lb of lead and +700lb WM Bags (500lbs of more lead coming soon)

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    that's a nice cover. sure would make a difference here in the desert....
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    Thanks for sharing, let us know how you like it when you get out on the water. We really like the factory shade, great coverage, but it sure would be nice the eliminate the rear poles.

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    That really looks good. They say you can surf with it up, but I am curious about dealing with the rope unless you put the rope on the side of the tower. I may try it though I don't know if it will conflict with our SewLong Bimini top.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zog View Post
    That really looks good. They say you can surf with it up, but I am curious about dealing with the rope unless you put the rope on the side of the tower. I may try it though I don't know if it will conflict with our SewLong Bimini top.
    This…. Would like to have additional confirmation with those who have real life experience, have ‘heard’ with the shoreline if using the top of the tower position for towing you run the rope under and it works… though I am sure over time the rope rubbing on the material will have an impact…. The side points seem to be fine from what I can see on the pictures…. (But my eyes have often deceived me)
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    400 - 1.76 - Acme 3409 16x13 prop (15.5x15 Altitude/Wake spare) prop
    Ballast Mods: (aka TINRFD): 1000lb of lead and +700lb WM Bags (500lbs of more lead coming soon)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dukabor View Post
    This…. Would like to have additional confirmation with those who have real life experience, have ‘heard’ with the shoreline if using the top of the tower position for towing you run the rope under and it works… though I am sure over time the rope rubbing on the material will have an impact…. The side points seem to be fine from what I can see on the pictures…. (But my eyes have often deceived me)
    This would work

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