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Old 07-24-2005, 12:00 AM
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Went 109 miles today on the water... Worked great.... Feels nice... Thanks Bobby.
Sounds like a good day !

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Old 07-24-2005, 08:40 AM
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Went 109 miles today on the water... Worked great.... Feels nice... Thanks Bobby.
All is right on the lake again!

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TRS = Truly ! Reliable ! Service !

I can attest to this fact !!!!!!!!!

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You can steer your boat once you aim it relatively straight by sitting on the engine hatch feet on the back seat by just shifting your position left and right a little...

My arms and legs are not long enough to steer and be a rudder at the same time. you must be a tall mofo.
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XR with a slight over 300 hours of blower engine 42' boat pushing so no surprise there. It's a boat not a car...
TNT built me two custom drives for the TG: XR's uppers, custom caps, Imco sportmaster lowers and all Imco innards. They are holding up great to 770 lbs of torque. So far.
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