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Old 04-21-2008, 06:44 PM
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Old 04-21-2008, 07:44 PM
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Jason, its a good thing you had your back to all these people walking on the hatch!!
I know!!! Rat bastards! Shoemaker's fat butt did it! Dallas knew better, she crawled over.
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I know!!! Rat bastards! Shoemaker's fat butt did it! Dallas knew better, she crawled over.


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Doing a hole shot full throttle is way harder on your drives than someone walking on your sunpad! AND......much more expensive to replace!
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I don't step on mine if I can keep from it. It pulls the stitching & just isn't good for the material.
If we stop somewhere where we'll be tied up in a way that makes people have to travel from boat to boat, I put my hatch up to keep people off of it.
Use the swim platform to walk on, crawl on the hatch. You don't walk on the furniture in your house, why do it on your boat.
I guess I need to tell these girl to get off my boat, huh?
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Doing a hole shot full throttle is way harder on your drives than someone walking on your sunpad! AND......much more expensive to replace!
Sure is.
I don't mind someone laying on the pad, but the traffic back & forth between boats at a restaraunt or something is totally different. People with shoes on & dirty feet just chap my a$$ & make me clean up my boat, which I don't enjoy doing anyway.
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Old 04-21-2008, 08:10 PM
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See------sunpadcovers.com. These are designed to protect your sunpad from the things that you are talking about.
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I have to agree. I think you should party on it, it makes a great dance floor, crash pad, etc. Along with your nice sun pad, put a great stereo in the boat, and then the gang really wants to get up and dance. Isn't that what the boat is all about anyway. If you wear it out partying on it, there could be no better life! Plus of everything on the boat, it probably is the easiest upholstery to repair.
Use it that's what it's there for, And I love the horns.
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See sunpadcovers.com
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Speaking of......
where is mine? apparently I need one.
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Barb will have a lot of time to measure for yours seeing how you don't seem to spend much time away from the dock
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Jason, its a good thing you had your back to all these people walking on the hatch!!
Now thats funny!!!
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