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  1. I have a 2016 H20 sport 21' and in the ski storage locker located between the captain and passenger seat will not drain. There is a drain in the aft wall however the problem is that the fuel tank is pushed up so close to the drain hole that it prevents any water from exiting into the bilge. I have contacted Chaparral about this and they sent me an email with pictures of how to fix. They show to drill a hole in the locker floor board just in front of the hole on the wall and that should do it. However, I have drilled into the floor 3 1/2" and it did not open up. I did not want to drill any deeper. Its so frustrating and now I have a 3" deep hole in my locker. Has anyone else had this problem? It appears that someone didn't take the time to make sure the tank was moved back away from the hole. Any help would be appreciated.
  2. I've been looking around on the forum and am not finding any pics of tower speaker installs. I see multiple discussions but no pictures. Curious about how the wire was ran and how where on the tower the speakers are being mounted. Thanks
  3. Well i finally picked up my 2017 21 H2O Ski & Fish with a Volvo Penta V-6 Gen V 1.66 SX 240 HP http://i346.photobucket.com/albums/p440/pogi089/IMG_0026_zpsq1ekglbp.jpg http://i346.photobucket.com/albums/p440/pogi089/IMG_5674_zpsdbc2ulfu.jpg http://i346.photobucket.com/albums/p440/pogi089/IMG_5673_zpsgl1x5c4y.jpg http://i346.photobucket.com/albums/p440/pogi089/IMG_5672_zpssxztzh60.jpg http://i346.photobucket.com/albums/p440/pogi089/IMG_5671_zpsadytcxhy.jpg http://i346.photobucket.com/albums/p440/pogi089/IMG_5693_zpsukrjgb8v.jpg http://i346.photobucket.com/albums/p440/pogi089/IMG_5669_zpskvnrbwz4.jpg
  4. Ghost Rider

    New H2o 21

    Hey guys just picked up my new 21 h2o! Blue hull, matching Bimini, Mercury 4.3 220 hp, deluxe package, cockpit carpet, bow and cockpit covers, and bow filler cushion! Sea trial went well and my dealer and salesman was great to work with. Are we allowed to say where we bought our boats? I would love to give a shoutout.
  5. Although, I grew up with boats, and have owned a few, I am new to Chaparral and this is my first new boat!. I very much like to fish for many species, but I also enjoy hanging out with friends, yanking the kids around on tubes or skis. We had just gotten rid of a 19' 1975 Galaxy bow rider that I managed to fish 40-60 days a year off of and it treated us very well for an old boat. so this model seemed to be a good fit for us. I have been following along all winter on here reading everyone's rants and raves, just waiting for the weather to break. We had pulled the trigger on a leftover 2014 21' H20 Fish & Ski following the season last year, and after a long, cold winter, Saturday was the day! Air temp and water temp were the same at a balmy 43 degrees. Admiral and I took the pre-pick up test drive on Sodus Bay. Needless to say, we had the place to ourselves. Everything on the boat worked perfectly. I was impressed with the minimal effort to get on plane and how quiet the EFI 4.3 L is. Went over it from top to bottom, noting some tippy tappy things, double checking that the bilge bump was wired correctly and worked with the battery switch off, even though we will be trailering it this year, finding very little to complain about. Sunday was spent re-reading the manuals, test fitting the 75lb trolling motor and learning how to use the mooring cover. I was impressed with the covers as well. The mooring cover in it's own storage bag is awesome, and the cockpit and bow covers are just as nice. Who knew? I've had an old boat for a while, and never really put alot of cash into it, and a custom fitted mooring cover is not something to be taken for granted. I don't expect there will be much I am not happy with on our new Chap, but I will certainly look here for insight and assistance if we come up with anything. I have enjoyed the wait with everyone's knowledge and humor to keep me company.
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