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Old 07-28-2010, 04:48 PM
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It is apparent many have NO idea the Cayennes braking potential. Of course it is not a Super Duty, Duramax or Cummins. But it WILL suffice for the boats he is looking at.

BTW, ferraristyle, you probably should not have brought up the tow vehicle. It really brings a LOT of debate to the table.

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Old 07-28-2010, 07:29 PM
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Tom,

I remember your posts years ago about your Kryptonite, someone in an earlier post in this thread suggested a Kryptonite which I thought was a very good suggestion, but then when it comes to Activator's and Kryptonites they are very good single engine hot-rods (and a Porsche Cayenne S as a tow vehicle, that would be pretty f*ing cool), and if I was looking for a used hot-rod either one of those would definitely work for me.

AND Tom, or anybody- boaters and nonboater, who is (pinched) issued a moving violation-traffic ticket, BWI, or criminal charge (indictable offense), and are in of need help send me a PM and I will help you or direct you to someone who can help you.

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700lbs of fuel?????????? I don't know many 30 footers carrying 140 gallons of fuel, and if they do... they're probably not that sporty. I agree with your general point. You're looking at a 4500lbs boat, roughly 500lbs of fuel and a 1500-2000lbs trailer. Also add 200lbs of safety gear and extras. Still think Kryptonite's your best choice, minus the sleeping (as far as whats on the market).
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My Spectre holds 135. I constder it sporty, but not til I get over 90. And WTF do you carry for safety equipment that weighs 200 pounds? A diver? LOL!!!
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You worry too much, that is why they have attorneys for those issues/situations. Wait...I am an attorney who specializes in those situations (in New Jersey traffic violations, DWI, BWI, criminal matters)....!!

Sort of a sales pitch isn't it?
Sorta!!! At least you haven't had can coolers printed up with your information on one side and your miranda rights on the other!!! LOL!!!
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