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gunflint

Is there any place in Duluth that installs splash guards?

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Fishing Junky

Hey Gunflint. I would guess that any of the area boat dealers would install them for you. I've installed a few sets of wavewackers, and they are extremely easy to install. Takes about a half hour or so. Just order a set that fits your boat. Very easy install. Good luck, Junky...

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gunflint

I called Wave Wackers in the cities a while ago and they had never heard of the manufacturer of my boat. (Alumarine) so it would require a custom fit. I know I could handle the installation but I'm not comfortable mailing them a template and hoping it's right, for around $250.

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smallmouthguide

Gunflint,

I've dealt with Wave Whackers in the past and they are very accommodating. Give them a call and see if you can set up an appointment to bring it in and install the same day. It may be a bit of a ride for you, but a custom fit is worth it.

All you need is the time and the money.

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Down Deep

RJ Sports in Duluth/Hermantown carries WaveWackers. They are very easy to install.

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Gunflint

I agree with previous post, give them a call.

When I had mine custom made the guy on the phone told me what to measure, in a week I had a set ...worth the effort!! smirk.gif

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That's what I wanted to know. I'll call RJ's in the next few days. Thanks guys. cool.gif

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Gunflint

When you call RJ's ask for Mark in parts. He is very knowledgeable. Tell him the guy from the bus company told you to call.

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gunflint

Too late, I called RJ's this morning and the guy that answered the phone asked what wave wackers were. I'll call back in a week or two and ask for Mark. Thanks

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