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Old 09-21-2005, 02:22 PM
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I'm having my boat moved from MA to FL. I have Rolla SS propellers. Should I take them off so they don't disappear?
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Ummmm....yeahhh!
Disapear or damged, those thing cost a pretty penny and it takes no time to remove them. Why would you want to leave them on?
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I'm having my boat moved from MA to FL. I have Rolla SS propellers. Should I take them off so they don't disappear?
You know some times....oh, nevermind. Dave
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Oh my gosh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Rule number one NEVER, NEVER Leave your ROLLAS!

I might just have to turn you over to social prop services for abandoning the twins!!!

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NO WAY! Leave them on.

What roads will you be on and times please???

I need a road trip anyways....
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NO WAY! Leave them on.

What roads will you be on and times please???

I need a road trip anyways....

LOL....beat me to it
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Did I mention that I buy used Rollas.

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