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  1. Does anyone know if the 2004 Sig 260 has the EXACT same cockpit dimensions as the 2007/2008 model year. I have found a replacement cockpit cover on a website that is non-returnable but when I checked with Ameritex who made the cover, they told me that the part number I supplied them with was for the 2007/08 model. The boat "looks" to be the same dimensions, but before spending $5-600 to buy the one available, I'm trying to figure out if it will fit. There are snaps that come with the cover but need to be put on by me. I have tried contacting Chaparral customer service but so far no luck in the
  2. Looking for a new set of the original graphics for my 2004 Chap Sunesta 236. Picture below.
  3. CJeff

    Factory Tower?

    I purchased a used 2004 210ssi with a wakeboard tower. Can anyone tell me how to find out if it is a factory tower. I purchased a cover from coveranything.com and it doesn't fit. I have asked coveranything.com and they tell me to call the manufacturer. I also asked if they can provide the measurements of where they place the wakeboard tower holes and they told me to call WestlandIndustries (the maker of the cover). I feel like coveranything should do a better job of providing information but instead they just refer to the fine print. Anyway, back to my question: From a newbie: How c
  4. I just bought a beautiful 2004 190 SSi a few months ago and immediately noticed the stock stereo could use a little boost. It would get very loud without distorting unless you turned the bass way down. So, I started looking around this forum for sub-woofer ideas. I always thought the rear bench seat was the ultimate place for a few subs. I quickly found out that a lot of people avoided putting speakers there for numerous reasons. The most talked about one was the curvature of the fiberglass panel. I found some good free air subs, ordered all my OFC wiring and parts, and with a little blood, a
  5. Hello folks, Before I finished winterizing my boat for the winter I decided to check the fuel sender as I've always had issues with my gas gauge reading 3/4 full. Actually, I could get more than 3/4 full when I manually fill (i.e. 5 - gallon cans) it but never less than 3/4 full when I know I should have had 1/2 tank or less. Fortunately, my tank on my 2004 Chaparral 215 SSI is somewhat translucent and I have been able to guess the amount of fuel in the tank by direct view when I lift up the engine hatch lid. When I removed the sender I did not see any signs of a stuck float arm. After a bi
  6. Hello folks, Before I finished winterizing my boat for the winter I decided to check the fuel sender as I've always had issues with my gas gauge reading 3/4 full. Actually, I could get more than 3/4 full when I manually fill (i.e. 5 - gallon cans) it but never less than 3/4 full when I know I should have had 1/2 tank or less. Fortunately, my tank on my 2004 Chaparral 215 SSI is somewhat translucent and I have been able to guess the amount of fuel in the tank by direct view when I lift up the engine hatch lid. When I removed the sender I did not see any signs of a stuck float arm. After a bi
  7. Hello folks, Before I finished winterizing my boat for the winter I decided to check the fuel sender as I've always had issues with my gas gauge reading 3/4 full. Actually, I could get more than 3/4 full when I manually fill (i.e. 5-gallon cans) it but never less than 3/4 full when I know I should have had ~ 1/2 tank or less. Fortunately, my tank on my 2004 Chaparral 215 SSI is somewhat translucent and I have been able to guess the amount of fuel in the tank by direct view when I lift up the engine hatch lid. When I removed the sender I did not see any signs of a stuck float arm. After a bi
  8. I just received a brand new swim platform for my 2004 260 ssi. It is not pre-drilled and haven't had luck getting a guide from Chaparral. Would anyone have a 260 with a factory platform installed that could shoot me locations of the attachment bolts ? Thanks!!!
  9. Hi y'all - first post here. I am a new "custodian" of my (father-in-law's) 2004 SSI 260. I'm trying to find some information about the support bars for the removable stern cushions that make the stern wrap-around seat into a full lounge / sun bed. The boat came with the cushions (in grear condition, even) but it would appear that the cross members to support the cushions were left out. I am only assuming that this is how these two cushions are supported. If I'm wrong and y'all know what I'm talking about, please correct me. Assuming this is how the cushions are supported, my question is t
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