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  • Billet steering wheel and got the dash painted.
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    2009 Crownline 21SS
    5.7 TKS
    Alpha Gen 2
    2016 Silverado

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    • Originally posted by Paul View Post
      I just bought this beauty... wrong forum I know but hey I'm proud of it. It makes me money to by boat gas and I can dial Chad in concentric to .001mm !!😎
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      That's pretty sweet!
      03 Cobalt 220 8.1gxi 420 9/20/16
      03 Cobalt 220 8.1gi 375 3/16 sold 9/16 "Always for Sale"
      Cobalt 220 5.7gxi 320 10/19/15 sold 2/16
      2004 Cobalt 200 350 mag. "Kids in Tow" 4/30/15 sold 10/8/15
      Clifford Sold 3/7/15 1999 Crownline 202
      350 mag 300 HP MPI Corsa
      Alpha One 1.47 Drive shower
      17p Rev 4, 21p Vensura
      Towed by 2010 Chevrolet Suburban 75th Diamond Edition.

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      • Originally posted by Abhiser87 View Post
        Billet steering wheel and got the dash painted.
        What did you use to paint the dash and did you paint it in place?
        2004 White 225 LPX 320 hp 5.7 VP GXI
        "Lollygaggin"
        2001 192br
        "Cuzz Damn" Sold
        Mark & Lisa

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        • Stripped the vinyl off of em did a poor man’s fiberglass job smoothed it out and hit it with spray paint. The dashes are 100% temp. Couldn’t find anyone that had the time to make a good fiberglass dash gonna try to find someone this winter to do it. Still gotta get some blue water push button switches, withe face or silver gauges and find someone to make stainless or polished trim pieces.
          2009 Crownline 21SS
          5.7 TKS
          Alpha Gen 2
          2016 Silverado

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          • White face gauges*
            2009 Crownline 21SS
            5.7 TKS
            Alpha Gen 2
            2016 Silverado

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            • It’s definitely a 7x10 job. (Looks good at 7 at night from 10ft away)
              2009 Crownline 21SS
              5.7 TKS
              Alpha Gen 2
              2016 Silverado

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              • Would hit a wave and the gauge pod would fall out.
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                2009 Crownline 21SS
                5.7 TKS
                Alpha Gen 2
                2016 Silverado

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                • Wood, felt and fiberglass resin. To make it more rigid.
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                  2009 Crownline 21SS
                  5.7 TKS
                  Alpha Gen 2
                  2016 Silverado

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                  • Drill holes and rattle can to make it look half decent.
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                    2009 Crownline 21SS
                    5.7 TKS
                    Alpha Gen 2
                    2016 Silverado

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                    • My dash is in good shape, just don't like the tan. Found some spray for vinyl that I'm going to try this off season.
                      2004 White 225 LPX 320 hp 5.7 VP GXI
                      "Lollygaggin"
                      2001 192br
                      "Cuzz Damn" Sold
                      Mark & Lisa

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                      • Not my latest purchase, but my favorite purchase for boating. I bought this Dewalt 20v blower last fall because my 12V inflator died. I already had several 20V dewalt batteries, so just bought the tool only. I leave the two black tube attachments at home, and just attach the inflator tip thingy directly to the blower. This thing is at least 10 times faster than my old one, and there's no cord to mess with. It will blow up a normal tube with boston valve (the ones you pull people on) in about 30 seconds, and the smaller attachments work for the cheapie lounge inflatables and beach balls. And just move the attachment to the side of the blower, and it works to deflate everything. I keep a 5ha battery on it, and it lasts for a month. Out of all the things I've bought for the boat I think this is my favorite. Sad, I know. Blower.jpg
                        Bruce

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