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Old 09-30-2007, 01:29 PM
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Updated the pictures of the boat and console with the new power installation completed.

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Old 09-30-2007, 11:05 PM
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Greg, it looks GREAT! I am happy for you now that you have a great reliable boat. Enjoy it in excellent health.

When the engine get broke it please post the fuel burn, mpg and cruise and WOT numbers.
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Nice, see aren't you glad you didn't throw the towel in on boating

Enjoy the boat. See ya at the Annapolis show!
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Boat looks better than ever Greg,

Glad it all worked out for you.
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Looks Great!!

Now clean the bottom.
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Old 10-01-2007, 07:53 AM
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Thanks.

I do clean the bottom periodically, but since we live at the headwaters of the creek the tannon is dense enough that just one time putting the boat in the water to go out for a run and the brown is back.

The only down side so far to having the boat running well is I put 100 gallons of gas in it every weekend since I got it back. I think I'll need the winter off season to recover.

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Boat looks sweet...........but I'd miss putting that oil in man, love the 2 strokes here and always will. I feel ya on the gas prices, marina gas here was $3.70 this past week.........that hurts when you burn up 50 gallons a day twice a week, sometimes three times. Having a place on the water is fun and all, but it comes at a price.......my best friend I grew up with and went all thru school with went out riding PWCs here last week and got to talking about it...........now I see where all my damn money goes. Place at the lake, insurance(s), food to carry up there, beer, boats, fuel, oil, night-life, PWCs............man I'm gonna quit now, its starting to get scary again.
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