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Old 01-24-2006, 11:34 AM
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Thanks! Steve Schulte, the in house painter at Skater did the work. He also painted the mural of Pam Anderson on the 36' classic "Pammy". A very talented guy. He painted Zuperman too!

Skater can do just about everything in house, they also built my trailer.
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Old 01-24-2006, 11:44 AM
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I can't really call this thread "fastest Skaters in the west" unless I post some pics of "Predator" and "Risky Business"
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Old 01-24-2006, 12:15 PM
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Great work Dan. So does this mean you have some Herring on order.
PS: were thoses forged or cast.
PPS: I can't believe you didn't just pull those rev limiters out and let them sing. (ha ha).
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Old 01-24-2006, 02:06 PM
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Great work Dan. So does this mean you have some Herring on order.
PS: were thoses forged or cast.
PPS: I can't believe you didn't just pull those rev limiters out and let them sing. (ha ha).
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No, but I ate at the "Blue Herring" once...
They were the cast props, around 10K a set
I heard the forged props are 10K a piece..
Oh.....you can pull the rev-limiters out???
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No, but I ate at the "Blue Herring" once...
They were the cast props, around 10K a set
I heard the forged props are 10K a piece..
Oh.....you can pull the rev-limiters out???
Dan as always the boat looks good and looks like you are doing a good job on getting that bad boy up to speed (baby steps).
Yes and if it is the same Blue Herring I ate at well they have the wine for 13k so it would be cheaper to get cast props.
Good Job, hope to see you this summer at the shootout.
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No, but I ate at the "Blue Herring" once...
They were the cast props, around 10K a set
I heard the forged props are 10K a piece..
Oh.....you can pull the rev-limiters out???
LOL
I think you should go ahead and get some forged 40's. I hear you can turn a little taller wheel with the forged, so that should help keep you off those nasty limiters.
Looking forward to Miami, We're in heavy training right now with my birthday last weekend and Delo's this weekend.Hope your doing the same, hate to have to leave in the bushes again.
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I think you should go ahead and get some forged 40's. I hear you can turn a little taller wheel with the forged, so that should help keep you off those nasty limiters.
Looking forward to Miami, We're in heavy training right now with my birthday last weekend and Delo's this weekend.Hope your doing the same, hate to have to leave in the bushes again.
LMAO!!!!
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what is predator running for power?
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ARE THEIR ANY SITES ON DESERT STORM POKER RUN
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1400 Peto's i beleive....
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