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Old 06-11-2002, 04:58 PM
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Go to Dredge
They have a huge nice facility and probably closer to home for you anyway.
at least your doing better than me
I cant afford to pay for my new engines
selling stuff like mad now trying to make a few extra bucks to pay the bill

You wont be among power boaters at dredge but at least your shiz will be inside and safe
Just a thought
Cant you keep it at home?
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Old 06-11-2002, 05:10 PM
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Yep, you need to get it out of there...fast!
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Old 06-11-2002, 05:42 PM
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A high rack would make sense, but then i can't clean/maintain my boat. I spend 2-3 nights, 2-3hrs a night cleaning/maintaining the boat while it's on the rack....I would say about half that time goes to my boat, and the other half is helping buddies with thier boats. Good idea though.

Jay Dredge is alot further for me. I'am 10 mins from the marina. Dredge doesn't let you touch your boat either why it's on the rack. You have to call them and have it put outside on an outside rack for you to clean it and you have to be done by the time they leave. That type of schedule doesn't work for me. It's probably the right way, and most secure way to do things, but won't work for me. Plus i don't really want to be driving to jersey everytime i need to do something to the boat.....no time.
I do have room at the house, but it would be on the side of the house and the lawn will get torn up getting it back there (been there before). Plus i really don't want to trailer the boat anyway, i can't stand the morons at the ramps who don't have a clue of what they are doing and make you wait around to go boating.

Just wondering how to go about resolving the problem. Was thinking of presenting the marina security with 30 tapes and asking him to change them every day...this way i will have a month's worth of history.
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Old 06-12-2002, 12:12 AM
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Hey Mark ,sorry to hear that crap ! Lets set up a night watch and bring the bats ! How about one of those little tiny ,cheap servailance cameras mounted on the back of the boat .Like the people use to keep an eye on the baby sitter ! Get a good shot of his face before we mess it up ! Then take him to court !

If he still breaths .....................
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Old 06-12-2002, 09:39 AM
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you're not keeping your boat at the marina in the cove are you?
some dude who claims he runs the place tied up with me the other night and he seemed a little shady. like the fast talking used car salesman type. more [email protected]*! came out of his mouth in
an hour or so than goes in my toilet in a year!
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Old 06-12-2002, 09:44 AM
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Hey Russ, He is up in Trenton marine just north of the cove
yeah that dude was a little shady
SEEMS HE MIGHT HATH BEEN SCHMOKIN SOME OF DAT DERE GANGA MARIJUANA MATERIAL AND WITH SOME PARAPHERNAILIA TEWWWW
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Old 06-12-2002, 09:52 AM
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Not a bad idea Joe...one of those Nanny Cameras, then the Bat!!!

Well i put a new shift bellows on last night. This time i just did the bellows and not the cable...(since the cable is only 10hrs. old). Went pretty smooth....Took about 1-1/2 hours and $16 for the part.
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Hey Mark,
just run a switchable lead off your second battery and leave it hang down there when boat is in the stacks
when they go to mess with it, ZAP!

cause they are grounded
just a thought (now if you could get shore power there, then really give em a blast, send that bastard to the ER baby)

when he is down
KICK EM IN THE TAINT!!!!!!!!!
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no dude its a swift punch to the taint. be careful though cause you can kill someone that way. I taint kindding around
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