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Old 06-13-2005, 07:49 AM
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Oh yeah, In post #4.....is that a NO WAKE sign I see.....didn't think so.
I saw a lot of guys get popped right there for wakes.
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I would take a delaer run boat with a few hours over a factory new boat any day. Get some of the bugs out. And, poker runs are hardly a "beating" situation. If it was raced that would be another story. All warranties start from the delivery date anyway.
I agree, I'd rather the dealer have the aggravation of getting out all the bugs.
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i guess im just used to seeing hionis(sp) and his buds beat this pissout out of boats at the cleveland run then seeing them on the national websiteas new
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I would take a delaer run boat with a few hours over a factory new boat any day. Get some of the bugs out. And, poker runs are hardly a "beating" situation. If it was raced that would be another story. All warranties start from the delivery date anyway.
Poker runs are hardly a beating situation?Getting the bugs out?Those are two positive thoughts on the subject,however,I dont see it that way.There are some new boats that have been on several poker runs and that should be disclosed.That to me is not the same as a factory fresh boat.
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Let's all agree that there are ways of running and not beating and running the pizz out of it. ANY hours or issues should be disclosed. There are hour meters and all the new engines can be hooked up to a laptop and examined.

Also, I would take a perfect, cared for boat w/ 60 hours vs.a boat w/ 20 hours that was just abused. As an example my boat is stored in a climate controlled building, has 5 "doctors" to make sure it is perfect every minute, and literally has an open check book because it's a business expense .

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