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Old 07-19-2005, 02:12 PM
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42 PLAYBOY was it a 42 tiger with 950's ?
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Parts for the drive will be in tomorow AM so the weekend looks good...
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ya i talked to him for about 45 sec last night after i pulled both motors as soon as i told him what i found he hung up and know he wont answer my phone call. i sent him a good message if he doesn't co op a little you'll see my post every day.. as long as i own..
Did you have the boat surveyed before you purchased it?
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G.L - With the regularity you have for trashing drives you should order spare parts and learn to fix those drives yourself.
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GL..Beth says you shouldn't be so hard on your equipment
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Old 07-19-2005, 03:20 PM
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GL..Beth says you shouldn't be so hard on your equipment
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...and learn to fix those drives yourself.
The labor is minimal, the parts are the thick part of the baseball bat, sorta speaking...
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Parts for the drive will be in tomorow AM so the weekend looks good...
I am hoping the weekend is looking good as well.
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Might be back up with the Nor-Tech this weekend. FYI... I'm going to be bringing a cooler of beer but I will be looking for a dinner sponser
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Might be back up with the Nor-Tech this weekend. FYI... I'm going to be bringing a cooler of beer but I will be looking for a dinner sponser
Chuck that cooler should be big enough to fill all the cavities you have on that Nor Tech with this crew.
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