Not on my boat , you don't!!
I think it would be a repellant!
Not on my boat , you don't!!
Elvis was a boater too
Just carry a printout of all 4000+ members rides, and page though it as someone pulls up .
I'll usually wear my OSO hat when pulling up if my hair has takin a beating in the wind.
So thats why my index finger is numb ... thought it was carpel tunnel but I should have known better I drive a v hull.
They only thing that would help your boat is flames.Originally posted by tanned fat looks better
what if everyone had a sticker that said..
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I think this would enhance any boat and be like a code for board members.
It would prolly help pick up hotties too.
You better bring some hotties this summer since that may be the price for the new paint.
Put OSO stickers on each side of your boat.
I put mine on each side near the transom. What we REALLY need is a consensous on a location so every boat has an OSO sticker in the same area so everyone would know to look at X to identify an OSO member.
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I'm with Ted 100% ( and not just because I'm about to join CBPBA) - The "Glass etch" look is really cool. It would have to be a die-cut decal, not on a clear backing - that looks cheesy. As far as location - I suggest the lower front corner of the side glass (or fairing). That way, it's visible from almost any angle, even when the boat is docked at a high pier. Those who want to use the colored flame decals could use those, too - It's just that my boat's all white, so I vote for the etched or frosted look.
Retired! Boating full-time now.
I like the sticker idea. How about having two stickers on the transom
Port Side - OSO Sticker
Starboard Side - Small Country Flag
ILL be wearing my hat and shirt i won in the oso blooper contest!!! and oso should make a smaller decal with a performance boat on it with the oso letters on it,a 4 to 5 inch sized one that wouldnt be to much and would fit on the windshield or if no shield around the same area. tripps
Ted, sounds like something we should do for the CBPBA? The regulars all know one another, but there are a bunch on the fringe.
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