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Old 12-10-2007, 08:00 AM
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Let us know if it fits, I heard over on Donzi.net that there are 3 different 6 bolt patterns. I'm trying to figure out which one is which, never seem to get a straight answer. Everyone wants to sell me a wheel + hub.
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Old 12-10-2007, 03:29 PM
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Here's th Isotta on my Donzi.




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magnuman, where is that pic taken, Clear Lake?
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IS OSO back to normal? Nice to see some light harted comments, and get a few chuckles. Besides, I had a steering wheel issue a few years back. Could not get it off no matter what I did. Tried all of the above. Now I have a nice ripped out dash as a big paper weight and the wheel is still attached.
I swear it's welded on.
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Here's another idea-

Take about 80' of chain and secure one end to the wheel. Secure the other end to something solid- like the main support member of your home. Then, hook the boat's trailer to your truck. Start your truck, put it in gear and accelerate away at the highest possible speed. If your home is well built, it should only partially collapse. The asphalt scrapes on the bottom of the boat that happened when it was torn from the trailer should probably buff out. Now, attach a $6 puller to the hub and remove it.

If you're going to dick around, you might as well do it in a big way
With Gino's luck, he will take be dragging the household plumbing for the entire neighborhood behind the boat if he tried that.
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magnuman, where is that pic taken, Clear Lake?
Yes, at my home on Clear Lake.
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Nice looking dash!
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