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Old 01-03-2007, 08:39 PM
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Gino, Im Feelin For Ya! Thats Terrible!
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Old 01-03-2007, 09:03 PM
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Gino Could it be a ex-wife/girlfriend. They must enjoy your bad luck. Sorry to hear about your recent twist. Thats a he!!uva truck you have. You showed it to me in Sarasoto last fall while we were waiting for our trailers on Sunday morning. Hang in there everybody has good and bad happen. Your bound to have some good coming real soon. Buy some lotto tickets soon.

Found out who it is. He's out of New York. Not sure what his problem is with me. From what I can figure it goes back to a Key West incident last year. At least I know who it is.

Ron, if I somehow pissed you off, it was unintentional, feel free to call me anytime to talk about it.
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Old 01-03-2007, 09:11 PM
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May want to have your guys change the fluids in the rear axle. Those vents can fill the carrier with water.
Gino, this is VERY good advice, i'm sure you have some lube laying around somewhere......

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Old 01-03-2007, 09:16 PM
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May want to have your guys change the fluids in the rear axle. Those vents can fill the carrier with water.

So the boat actually pulled the truck into the water while in park? Is that the same ramp (state park?) where we all launched in Miami Beach when we were testing my boat?

Thanks Brad, I had the guys do it yesterday. It was at Haulover which is one of the nicest, easiest ramps around. At dead low tide it gets so slippery you can't walk on it. The truck slid like it was on ice. You can't imagine the mess I had trying to clean and desalt all my tool sets. I spent all day sunday cleaning and de-salting.
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Old 01-03-2007, 09:21 PM
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I can't think of anything to say that hasn't been said, but good luck with the rest of 2007.
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Found out who it is. He's out of New York. Not sure what his problem is with me. From what I can figure it goes back to a Key West incident last year. At least I know who it is.

Ron, if I somehow pissed you off, it was unintentional, feel free to call me anytime to talk about it.
Hmmmm...
With your track record, and ability to relay your mishaps on your own, and convey them in your own "certain way" - I don't know why anyone feels the need to "call you out".

So, what did you do to him in KW?? Did you run over his pet Manatee??
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Old 01-03-2007, 10:31 PM
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Gino, We're here for ya. I'm just happy knowing that I'm not the only one with B.S. misfortune sometimes. I hate stupid sh**. What's the plan for the Miami Boat Show?
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As long as we learn from our incidents .
It's OK Professor Gino .
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