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Old 10-23-2005, 06:55 PM
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Thanks guys, probably a stupid question, but I had never seen that before.
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They are also good for holding your beer when your at the beach
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As long as you dont hack your shins on the cleavers going to grab it
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Can I cross the street honey?
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You dont need my permission to cross the street and dont call me honey
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I had to adapt some on my Bravos . With the 1.21 gear and the 36P 5 blades it was to hard to get on plane . They did help
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Holy Cow!!! 36" with 1.21 ratio @5400 rpm is 150mph with 0% slip, What type of speed are you getting? What lower units do you have?
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Holy Cow!!! 36" with 1.21 ratio @5400 rpm is 150mph with 0% slip, What type of speed are you getting? What lower units do you have?
Ones covered with speed wax. Sorry I didn't reply to this sooner but I hooked my Rolex on the door jamb when I was getting out of my Enzo. I've got the same set up on my 160mph non-step Bayliner. The speed wax and the aerators really help that boat get on plane.
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