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Old 08-09-2005, 10:08 AM
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Jon, somebody had a pair of Kaama's for sale within the last month or so. I'll see if I can find where I saw them.
Cuda I would love the Kaama's but what about the boots, or if you hit something and damage the case..... Not sure I want to go through all that work to put something like that in there and be worried all the time.

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That was cold.
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Cuda I would love the Kaama's but what about the boots, or if you hit something and damage the case..... Not sure I want to go through all that work to put something like that in there and be worried all the time.

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That's not an issue with the Arnesons.
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Audio how the hell are you going to hit something with it,
it's on the trailer in the garage? I think it's stuck to the trailer

only way that boats getting wet is if the Roof leaks
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I looked into the TRS to ASD conversion

you mean bravo...
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you mean bravo...
i think he means trs as that is what his 357 had...

i think the trs to arneson is easier than the bravo...
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Old 08-09-2005, 01:17 PM
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Its the same kit.
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so what''s involved in the trs / conversion??? pics ??
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Cuda I would love the Kaama's but what about the boots, or if you hit something and damage the case..... Not sure I want to go through all that work to put something like that in there and be worried all the time.

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Weisman's use the same boots, so I'm sure someone will be making them in the near future. As for the case, the only way you can really hurt one, is if someone rearends you on the trailer.
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Rik what are your thoughts on this swap? How much you think I would be looking at and what system do you think that I should do? I have a Formula 302. I have taken a LOT of weight out of the boat. I am gutting the cabin. If I was to go this route would lightening the cabin be a mistake? From what I am reading it sounds like they want the center of gravity to be forward?

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