Charlie was waiting on the insurance co $$,the boat owners and home owners to make sure he was going to get paid. It was still in the yard this morning.Originally Posted by cigarette1
Ahhh the eagle eyed Nort ....I know your not talking the drives and props : )
i ran with this guy all day. the power steering belt kept coming off. i put it back on for him once. when he crashed the belt droke in the turn and he could not turn the boat. he said he was trying with everything he had. and hes a very big guy.the boat has a good size hole low on starboard side . probably will not float. as of monday evening the boat hadnt been moved.
ouch good thing no 1 was in the yard.... no hydraulic steering
I lost an earring around here............
Originally Posted by PhantomChaos
That is some funny chit.......Originally Posted by R Addiction
What is going on here?
Post #1 has the boat WAY up into the lawn.
Post #2 has the props hanging off the seawall.
Gary caught it first.
Did they already try to drag it back to the water?
Did they push it with a loader or something?
Are they trying to make it seem like the boat was not going as fast as it was?
At this point, I would think just getting a BIG rollback in there, (the size big enough for a UPS truck), wet down the surface of the rollback, and the hull and ease it up on there.
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