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Old 09-24-2006, 09:30 PM
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Considering he had guides on his trailers, him messing up like that is entirely possible.

Besides salt water like that is not goiing to mess up that truck much...
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Now if he had this Ford it would have been a different story.
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That Ford would float the tires are so big. Look at the size of the pontoons on each side as well.
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lmao!!!!
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I "think" the guy was actually launching his boat and came down the ramp to hot and fast the weight of the boat and trailer pulled the whole rig right in... Cuda is right, this ramp at Daytona is steep. BUT, many of us know this and we go slow when launching... And I was told by someone at the ramp, that the owner had just put a $10K stereo and TV/Monitor system in it and I don't think insurance covers that... DOH!!!
Slow at the ramp is the best option... And we all know, the ramp is one of the best places for entertainment...
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No big loss ... the boat is safe ... and it's only a FORD
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Ouch! What a sad shame.
That'll ruin your day.
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I "think" the guy was actually launching his boat and came down the ramp to hot and fast the weight of the boat and trailer pulled the whole rig right in... Cuda is right, this ramp at Daytona is steep. BUT, many of us know this and we go slow when launching... And I was told by someone at the ramp, that the owner had just put a $10K stereo and TV/Monitor system in it and I don't think insurance covers that... DOH!!!
Slow at the ramp is the best option... And we all know, the ramp is one of the best places for entertainment...
That could definitely happen at Halifax. I don't like the traffic/ parking there so I use a sleepy little ramp at Highbridge/ John Anderson. Very nice slope, docks are very short though, from the helm back the boat is hanging off the dock. More bass boats launch there than anywhere but there is never a wait and it is right on the ICW in a go fast zone.
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