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Old 07-01-2002, 12:28 PM
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Sorry i mean CATTITUDE.{Catmando were did that come from ???]
 
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Old 07-01-2002, 12:56 PM
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Do you know the approximate price difference between the XR's and the XZ's



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Old 07-01-2002, 01:18 PM
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I appreciate all the help from everyone. I have a new kid coming in Aug and I was wanting to get as much fun in while we can still go to the lake. But as fate goes.
Catitude.A big THANKS
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Old 07-01-2002, 01:22 PM
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& your reason for stop having fun when the kid comes is? I think my daugher was in boat 2 weeks after she was born
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I have a very high X on my 900hp 26 Carrera cat. I had the hard shafts put in at Bob's machine shop, no shaft problems in 60hrs. I have broken 1 gear floor when drive had 4 hrs on it.
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Catitude, My boat handled great. No problems when the prop shaft broke. Thanks goodness. We did all have lifejackets on but still--- At least I know what to expect the next time!
Hopefully there will not be another time.
Thanks again for the opportunity to ride this weekend, Cat, I have a second smaller boat. Not near as much fun but it gets me on the water
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Talk to Bob Teague at Teague Custom Marine. He is great and can help with your dilema. I have had a great deal of drive problems, to be specific, 6 units. Installed his Platinum XR unit and(knock on wood)seem to be able to boat more than 5 hours at a time. His prop shafts seem to hold up very well.
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I'll have my buddy that has the same set up as you get in touch with you. He had some stuff done over the winter. You guys can compare notes.
 
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Roy, He can call me tomorrow on my mobile 918-232-8987.
If he has any Ideas that can help I will appreciate it.
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