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Boat Splashguards?

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Does anyone know of another manufacturer besides Wavewackers?- I was quoted over $300.00 from them but dont want to spend that much.

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I think there is a company called Walleye masters and they are somewhere out by alexandria. Both white cap and this company will install also.

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Whitecap makes an excellent product for sure, very user friendly.

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Another vote for Whitecaps...install without a problem and they can ship them to you in 3 days!!!!

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There is a place in Prior Lake that makes a great splash guard. My brother has them on his Lund. I can't remember the name of the place. THe price was good. If you are interested, I can check for the name.

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YES

The place in Prior Lake IS Whitecap. It is at the guy's home. Just look them up in here as they do advertise on FM site here also.
Or, look them up in a "search-engine" on the "web" as whitecap.com

Anyway, I have a set of them on the rear of my Lund Mr. Pike since I bought it in 1998 and they ARE as good as WaveWackers ANYDAY and at 1/3 or more LESS thecostof "WWs"! smile.gif


grin.gif A GOOD THING! grin.gif

Use this FM site tho to buy them...help 'em out.

When you go to pick them up in Prior Lake bring your boat along if you like. They will fit them right there if you line-up a appointment to do so. You WILL be happy with them, I know! smile.gif

"LUND-MAN"

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[This message has been edited by LUND-MAN (edited 04-19-2003).]

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Wavewackers are high priced for a reason. if your just going out once a year go cheap. if your going to put the boat thru tourn. style abuse dont go with anything butWavewackers.

no hard feelings just want to support what i love.

C&R~~~~>')))))><

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Whitecaps are made with the highest of quality materials. I beat the dump out of mine and they even survived being bashed against a dock during a storm that rolled on us out of nowhere. I see alot of Whitecap Splash-guards in the tourneys I fish.

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good to hear that some one gave them a test. are they custom made to the boat or just average ad ons.

C&R~~~~>')))))><

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WhiteCaps ARE:

1. Same size material as WWs.

2. As strong as WWs.

3. As good looking as WWs.

4. Tested tough as WWs.

5. Custom-Made as WWs.

6 ALOT CHEAPER IN COST THAN WWs.

---BOTTOM line! grin.gif Givem a shot grin.gif

They WILL do the Job! grin.gif

"LUND-MAN"

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