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Old 09-07-2010, 05:05 PM
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I love these guys, http://boatermouth.com//index.php/ma...io/7/2391.html. They were total crowd favorites at the Shootout.

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Thats great!! Nicely done.
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very cool
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From ILL too!! HAHA COOL!!!
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Is there any video of those runs floating around, would like to see it.
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I wonder how big of a smile they have when blowing past a performance boat
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I wonder how big of a smile they have when blowing past a performance boat
My thought exactly. A 100-mph pontoon boat presents unlimited sand-bagging opportunity. That's just good fun.
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My thought exactly. A 100-mph pontoon boat presents unlimited sand-bagging opportunity. That's just good fun.
I'm thinking it's not too good of a sleeper when you have 3 300's hanging off the back.
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