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Old 07-14-2005, 09:49 PM
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Craig... you need to call Neil at the Ciggy factory .... there is a new polish out that looks like a mirror. I think OSO member mavrick10 with the gladiator had his exhaust polished with it when I was at the factory. It is a MIRROR and looks amazing. I dont know what it is called but it made those suckers shine! They were putting it on all thier new #6 drive boats
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I'm sure that I would get a return call right away!!
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Salt water...2 times out!...
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I'm sure that I would get a return call right away!!
PM mavrick10 on the board... youre right... you are nothing. they would not call you back
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PM mavrick10 on the board... youre right... you are nothing. they would not call you back
Did they accept your offer on the boat??
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Did they accept your offer on the boat??

guy hasnt called me back today... was hoping to finalize everything....

he must be traveling or out of town... or sold it?
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why waste the time , not gonna gain any speed , best thing for em is steel wool and wd-40
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When your washing the boat just hit the loweres with a scotch brite pad. Make sure yougo horizontal with the strokes. Won't polish them but they will look like brand new and it is very easy.
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why waste the time , not gonna gain any speed , best thing for em is steel wool and wd-40
you mean Stainless Steel Wool

steel wool will make them stained
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