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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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CarlSpackler

Whitecap Boat Splash Guards?

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he is out of prior lake and i happen to live next door. seems like he makes great stuff and he will be doing my boat in the spring. i see him in the driveway all the time putting them on.
by he i mean brian.

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I have a set on my boat, just as good as wave wackers just not as thick. I only paid a hundred dollars for mine, 1890 Yar-Craft Backtroller. They attach real slick also, you can remove them with the twist of a wing nut. Good for cleaning the boat and the splash gaurds.

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Personal preference is real Wave Whackers, they never bust and they don't fall off on the lake or highway...Well worth the Dinero...

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I put a pair on my alumacraft last spring. I have no complaints thus far, but have no experience with other types.

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WW-$350 Whitecaps-$150

Haven't broken or fallin off in five years, and I fish at least five tournaments and guide.

I'll take the $200 ANYTIME.

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I purchased a set this last fall. They seem to work just great. I called the men at whitecap and they gave me all the information for my boat. They took all the measurments . However I did send a digital photo along with measurments and it worked out perfect. The really nice thing about mine is that the turn around was less than a week.

Sincerely,

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