> After do mucho research and trips to the dealers...
> -The wood is guarenteed for life.
That's good. Does that cover towing and/or salvaging and a loaner boat?
> -it's top rated by riders who have nothing to do with Tige'
Not according to the riders for WakeWorld.
Check out http://www.wakeworld.com/Boats/
> -No special permits to pull the tige' here in Texas. And the boat is
You may want to check your width. In Texas 8'6" or 102" wide. The beam
on this boat is 100". That leaves a whole 2" for the wheels. The folks
pulling this boat around here certainly seem to have trailer wheels that
extend _way_ beyond the sides of the boat.
Boat Towing Laws in Texas
Boating Law Administrator: 512-389-4624
Maximum Speed Limit: 55
Maximum Dimensions for trailer:N/A'L x 8'6"W x 13'6"H
Maximum Length with Trailer:65'
Minimum Weight requiring Separate Trailer Brakes:4500
Trailer Equipment Requirements:
Clearance Lights:Y (If over 80" wide.)
Breakaway Brakes: Y (Over 3000 lbs.)
> -Tourney approved? Are u serious? Does it matter if the performance
> is just as good. Are u sure it's not tourney approved?
It's not. TAPS is one of the many features that keeps it from being
> -seems like u get more for your money with the Tige'
Probably. I guess I look more into the design than bells and whistles.
> Even the salesman at the CC dealership admitted to me that Tige' makes
> a good boat.
And he's an expert...what do you think he would say? Any decent salesman
wouldn't put down the competition.