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Old 06-06-2010, 08:00 AM
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how about a few more pics..or pics that can be enlarged.. Thanks Jeff
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That thing is sick!!

I'd like to take that sh1t out in some true 6's and open her up!!!
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That thing is sick!!

I'd like to take that sh1t out in some true 6's and open her up!!!


I doubt you would even spill your drink in 6s
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I'd like to take that sh1t out in some true 6's and open her up!!!
That would mean you would have to bring it to michigan and run it on some real rough stuff (lake Michigan) Non of that sissy ocean stuff LOL

What a cool boat cant wait to see it running in snotty water
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That thing is sick!!

I'd like to take that sh1t out in some true 6's and open her up!!!
With some high hp to boot! Yes, there is a lot to a great Offshore Powerboat. Time will tell. So far it is a very interesting product...
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It's like having a 4-5 year warranty..I put on approx 125-150 hours per year on two boats.... just do maintenance... get in turn the key...go and have some trouble free fun... thats my kind of boating.. since I sold my NorTech,,, and I do miss it..I've been using these trouble free outboards .... simply love them.. If I get back into the Go-fast crowd...which I will as soon as somebody gets going on their project...not mentioning any names BH I want it simple and stock and ready for resale....This 41 fits the bill...perfectly..
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That would mean you would have to bring it to michigan and run it on some real rough stuff (lake Michigan) Non of that sissy ocean stuff LOL

What a cool boat cant wait to see it running in snotty water
Hahaha! Ask stinson about the Pacific, he's been caught slippin out here before! the big blue will bite'cha when you least expect it.

It appears, with that package, you could run out in some big water, lay the sticks down and sip a martini in that beast!


Just to clarify, this is an older apache mold that was stepped? Thought I read that somewhere.
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Tank just funnin with ya my friend

big water can be difficult no matter where ya go just depends on the day
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Hahaha! Ask stinson about the Pacific, he's been caught slippin out here before! the big blue will bite'cha when you least expect it.

It appears, with that package, you could run out in some big water, lay the sticks down and sip a martini in that beast!


Just to clarify, this is an older apache mold that was stepped? Thought I read that somewhere.
It was the mold that Thad Allen had toole dwhen the new revived Apache was coming on line before all the bs now then the steps you have to talk to Pepe about but I am pretty sure you can still get a straight bottom version....

The Pacific......most peoples rough is calm to us....Pt Conception is a good one to try to compare you silly little bumps to.....
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Sean

you get tossed out in a mill pond but that is usualy by your partner in the boat they just want you out LOL

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