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Old 03-29-2006, 08:31 AM
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This thread proves once and for all my theory of life.......

"The majority of people are almost always wrong."

Simply remember

Stepped vees don't cause accidents.

People using stepped vees cause accidents.

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Old 03-29-2006, 08:42 AM
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Default Re: Stepped Hull Vs Straight Hull

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You rang?

This thread proves once and for all my theory of life.......

"The majority of people are almost always wrong."

Simply remember

Stepped vees don't cause accidents.

People using stepped vees cause accidents.

T2x
100% Remember, there are three main types of boats. V's, Cat's and Stepped V's. They are all different and need to be driven differently. Dave
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Old 03-29-2006, 08:54 AM
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I originaly set out out to find a single engine 28' but I came across this 1993 Nordic with twin 615s built by Lawrence racing engines in NY. It was sitting on a lake lot at Texoma. I was able to steal it for 17,500. Eventually I'll get my 28' but I think I'll keep this old Nordic......Casey
That is a hell of a deal on that boat, see any more deals like that give me a shout.. finders fee.
I just cant bother getting involved in the stepped - non stepped discussion as I dont think there is that much of a difference. Ive driven a few stepped and a pant load of non stepped boats.. other than different trim settings , I cant tell the diff
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Old 03-29-2006, 09:31 AM
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Default Re: Stepped Hull Vs Straight Hull

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Originally Posted by T2x
You rang?

This thread proves once and for all my theory of life.......

"The majority of people are almost always wrong."

Simply remember

Stepped vees don't cause accidents.

People using stepped vees cause accidents.

T2x
That's odd. I thought that this was one of the few threads where people pretty much had a decent understanding of the subject.
Which... as you point out... is unusual.
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