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    Some of the older Makos are a little wet. Anybody heard or used these "smartrail" things. Was just wondering if by making the ride dry they could in turn make it rough. Any thoughts?
    Past:[br]1988 Mako 230[br]1987 Mako 20C (best of them all)[br][br]1974 Mako 15[br]Miami, FL[br]

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    Here's a link to a previous thread on the same subject.

    http://www.classicmako.com/forum/top...rms=smart,rail
    Artie Sutherland[br]Rude Attitude -\'76 Mako 25 CC. - SOLD[br]1976 Mako 21[br]2002 Yellowfin 31 - 300 hp Suzukis[br]Gulf Coast, Mississippi[br]

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    • #3
      Thanks, Artie. I'm just getting my feet wet here[]
      Past:[br]1988 Mako 230[br]1987 Mako 20C (best of them all)[br][br]1974 Mako 15[br]Miami, FL[br]

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      • #4
        If you hear of or see any examples let us know. I'm debating on getting a set for myself.
        Artie Sutherland[br]Rude Attitude -\'76 Mako 25 CC. - SOLD[br]1976 Mako 21[br]2002 Yellowfin 31 - 300 hp Suzukis[br]Gulf Coast, Mississippi[br]

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        • #5
          I'm in the planing phase of restoring an 88 230. I think I'll add rails up front for dryness, but probably shorter than stock to avoid a bumpy ride. I've only seen custom built ones on Bertram 31's with good results. I haven't seen any on smaller boats down here (and I've checked out every marina). If I do, I'll ask around and post some info.
          Past:[br]1988 Mako 230[br]1987 Mako 20C (best of them all)[br][br]1974 Mako 15[br]Miami, FL[br]

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