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Old 04-29-2011, 01:34 PM
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Left you voice mail Chris. Sorry to hear about your problems.
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Old 04-29-2011, 10:45 PM
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Boat didnt get here until this morning. Dean over at Sky High crane rocked and got us of the trailer. Made it to boat ramp as poker run was starting and had some dash switch problems. Couldnt open starboard engine hatch or center hatch which had all our tools, prop nuts, dock line etc. Kappus almost died in the heat of the hull trying to jump wires to get the engine hatch closed after we hit the override that opened it. Got it closed found a spare set of prop nuts and in the water. caught the group coming south and ran the second half of the run.
We are having a blast though.
Big kudos to Joe Sabo for letting us use his truck to move the boat.
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Pier 57 and mercury who are working our gremlins out as we speak.
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Old 04-29-2011, 10:48 PM
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Tantrum...sounds like you need a good nights sleep... lol..
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Boat didnt get here until this morning. Dean over at Sky High crane rocked and got us of the trailer. Made it to boat ramp as poker run was starting and had some dash switch problems. Couldnt open starboard engine hatch or center hatch which had all our tools, prop nuts, dock line etc. Kappus almost died in the heat of the hull trying to jump wires to get the engine hatch closed after we hit the override that opened it. Got it closed found a spare set of prop nuts and in the water. caught the group coming south and ran the second half of the run.
We are having a blast though.
Big kudos to Joe Sabo for letting us use his truck to move the boat.
Dean at Sky High Crane
Pier 57 and mercury who are working our gremlins out as we speak.
Just keep your pants on and look out for Stecz!!!
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Old 04-30-2011, 08:09 AM
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Wow Chris. What a long trip to run into such headaches, but that's high perf boating. Have a good time today and like JC said try to keep your pants on out there.
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