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Thread: Perfect trim??

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    Re: Perfect trim??


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    Re: Perfect trim??

    Quote Originally Posted by Troutly
    I can tell she is thinking about me.....
    Yup she is falling over and laughing
    Put your best foot forward!

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    Re: Perfect trim??

    I'll be nice Mike, as perfect as it gets right now
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    Re: Perfect trim??

    But why is it Clay's own hand on his unit???

    Clay your a legend around here now... your letting us down...

    Foul, that is a good running shot. I used to have a '86 250, the hull had that little lip/hook(?) right at the transom, Damn near trimmed the boat for you and you could tweak it and find the "sweet spot" with just trimming the drive. I only had bennet tabs, and they hardly affected the trim at all.
    Great shot!

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