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    Posted: July-21-2016 at 3:24pm
Looking for fat sack. Most interested in something like below. Let me know what you have.
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had:96' SNOB
had:76' Nautique
had 77 Tique

       

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^^ Yep Close^^
05' SV211 TE
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had:96' SNOB
had:76' Nautique
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Anybody pulled the tanks out of the rear of an 01 AN and replaced with Fat Sacs? I'm about to do that, and just curious what you guys have seen, or how you did it. Also had a guy talking about putting an aftermarket manually operated (locked up or down) Wedge. Any experience with that?
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What could go wrong?

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75Tique that's exactly what I told the guy. That boat isn't designed to handle that drag/resistance/weight at that point in the hull. The Malibu's that come with it are. And that picture looks like a Malibu deck, and still the hole. I'm just all around, always against drilling holes below the water line, to mount anything.
thank you for the picture. Maybe he'll listen to that.
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I remember hearing about that happening more than once with the early wedge boats, there wasn't nearly enough reinforcement in the transom. Usually the result of hitting something, not from the force of the wedge itself. Judging by the angle of the rudder in that pic, that was definitely an impact of some sort.
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Auptaking,

My 00 Pro Air I removed the Stock Tanks and Put 2x 600lb sacs in place and it's mucho better.

-When they are empty I have lots more storage space.
- My Bags are quick disconnect so I pull them out at the end of the weekend and let them dry completely hanging from the tower in the barn.
- I re-used the stock thru-hull and buttons on the keypad. I went back with aerator pumps but in a little different configuration than stock. I have one fill pump and two empty pumps. The empty pumps run out the stock thru-hulls for bag/tank venting.

All of the above works well for us. The wake gets big enough to be scary for 90% of the people that ride on my boat and can be surfed if you are so inclined.

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