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Old 04-04-2007, 05:45 PM
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Is it staying at LOTO or just testing the waters
As far as I know this one is just testing.
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Old 04-04-2007, 05:52 PM
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I was thinking along the lines of a 19 footer, but was also curous how it would do on a ramp. It would save on having to find rooms.
Im pretty sure they make 4wd ones...
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According to my friend Dank368 the E Dock don't have their oars fully in the water. BUT we will see at havasu if they are for real
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You call a Ford
You came to my town and didn't call. That's wrong.

If the Ford and Semi need pulled out call a DURAMAX owner ...I'm just up the street.
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You came to my town and didn't call. That's wrong.

If the Ford and Semi need pulled out call a DURAMAX owner ...I'm just up the street.
And after ALL of you are stuck my new 6.7 Cummins will do the trick May have to call the EPA to clean up the oilslick the Ford left though
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According to my friend Dank368 the E Dock don't have their oars fully in the water. BUT we will see at havasu if they are for real
Did he finally get a pay phone installed under that park bench in Tampa? Oh yeah, I guess he did eventually find his way back to Sarasota

We will see you in Havazoo, and bring Dan
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I thought this was another Gino thread.

Great lookin boat.
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You came to my town and didn't call. That's wrong.

If the Ford and Semi need pulled out call a DURAMAX owner ...I'm just up the street.
Sorry big daddy, I figured you were working It was pretty sweet with the 55, MC's, and the Spain boat there

I quite honestly forgot you lived in town or I would have called.
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I was thinking along the lines of a 19 footer, but was also curous how it would do on a ramp. It would save on having to find rooms.
Another problem with toter homes is running afoul of the 65' overall length rule, Florida has been cracking down on what was previously a mostly unenforced rule. Now they are requiring permits for anything over 65. Wouldn't be surprised to see some other states follow suit.
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Sorry big daddy, I figured you were working It was pretty sweet with the 55, MC's, and the Spain boat there

I quite honestly forgot you lived in town or I would have called.
I was working but I'm the boss so I can leave for a short time. But stuff goes wrong fast while I'm gone.
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