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Old 03-20-2002, 12:37 AM
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Lets here it; Can that new 37 AT in rough water, I mean 6-8's, really beat a 285 Bayliner with a 454-Bravo 3 set-up. Now I do not want all that AT cheerleading that is in every owner's forum, I want the facts. MIdnight
 
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Old 03-20-2002, 12:48 AM
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You're going to have to get way more beligerent if you're going to get Pat to come off another 5 large
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Old 03-20-2002, 01:02 AM
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is price being taken into consideration or just ride quality speed and handling above 80 mph??
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I guess I must be to poor to know what 5 large are, if that is a financial reference.
 
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I'm really thinking overall speed and performance, the AT has been compared and is far superior than all boats I have seen it matched to, but I have not seen this comparison. And it is really coming down to decision time, and I just need a second opinion. Money is really not to big of an issue. Its just those carved lines of that 285 Bayliner vs the noted sheer performance of the AT. again I just feel unsure.
 
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I really think you should go for the BAYRAY!!!!!!!! Get the HP 500 in it though!!
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IT was nice that Pat donated the money, maybe the owner of bayliner should donate 10,000 and everyone would buy bayliners
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Okay DAMNIT.........who wants the first smack!!!!!!
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This is very childish. I can't understand why it bothers some people that AT owners are happy with their boats and want others to have the same experience.
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Have the same experience?--sounds like pushing someone into being a JAHOVAS WITNESS
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