So, I recently bought a used 2010 Jackson All Star. It had been used 2 times since it was purchased, but was a 2010 model that sat in a garage for 5 years.
After 5 runs, it cracked on me. A nice 6" crack, and apparently it is cross-linked plastic, which from what I've heard, doesn't weld well. It didn't happen on the rocky III+ section I started on, but on a class II section after. go figure.
So, can someone explain what the 2nd paragraph in this email means? I'm not sure what they are offering after reading the 2nd paragraph.
Since we no longer make the All Star I can get you a replacement Rock Star M for $719.00 plus shipping. Unfortunately your Allstar warranty started in 2010.
You will need to drill 20 ˝ inch hole in the bottom of your old boat once the replacement is molded. It usually takes 2 to 3 weeks to mold the boat. Just let me know what standard color you would like if interested.
I'm not sure why I'd need to drill 20 1/2 inch holes in my old boat, unless he was talking about a shell, or he'd make a special mold for my current boat. Maybe you guys with experience dealing with them can explain it to me.
And if I do get a Rock Star replacement, what are the differences between the 2014 model and the 2016 model? Looking online, the older model is longer and faster, yet they rate the newer one as better on river running, which is what I do most the time, along with surfing on the way. I would have thought the faster boat would be better at river running. Perhaps someone can explain the differences to me.
Thanks in advance for any help on the matter.