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Old 09-16-2014, 02:35 PM
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I got it.He doesn't have an F650.How stupid.
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I got it.He doesn't have an F650.How stupid.
HaHaHaHa!!! You're so funny.
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Old 09-16-2014, 09:30 PM
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im guessing he was stopped for not having a state conservation sticker.it has state issued numbers.even if documented most states still require one.the loud exhaust probibally did not help either.
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That is far from power loading LOL..


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I was thinking more along the lines of the guy at the hitch. One false blip of the throttle and that guy is a dead man standing between a boat and a truck. Not that i ever missed the trailer stop and almost put a boat through the tail gate.
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Old 09-17-2014, 08:37 AM
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This is posted under safety, and not being registered isn't safety related. The only thing I see is the guy in front of the boat while under power, but even that wouldn't be a huge concern, the guy is an adult and the operator is gentle on the throttle.
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OK , It was just a thought ................................

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No winch strap hooked up?
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Ok, Lets solve the mystery. What is the correct answer???
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There was a blow boat to his right on the first pass, he should have stopped, shut his engines off, dropped anchor and waited for the god that is driving the blow boat to clear?

He started without running the blower first, instead he opened the hatch?? The horrors!!!!

His transom line is frayed, very dangerous!

He actually stopped for the police?

Sometimes, knit picking wannabe safety officers can be more annoying than people being "unsafe". Luckily this sport isn't filled with them, unlike snowmobiling.
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