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Old 07-31-2002, 07:01 PM
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my htm sr-24 wieghed at a truck scale 5300 lbs with gas gear and trailer. i love the size of the cabin. when i was looking at cats this size i could not find a cabin that was accessible with out having to crawl into. the boat is very deep and has standup bolsters.
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Old 08-01-2002, 10:39 AM
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Eliminator219;

You're right it's too bad the weather wasn't a little better, I was looking forward to meeting you and seeing your boat. I rode in a 33 Daytona with 600SC's at the cincinnati poker run 2 weeks ago and we chased a pair of 28's all day. Needless to say I was very impressed with how those boats ran...both had NA power and were from the Columbus area. (one was OSO'r rbtnt) I've always liked the 28 Daytona and now I'm sold. I will likely stay with NA power or go with blown small blocks when I decide to step-up. I want something that will help the drives live What kind of power are you making and how are the drives holding up? Look forward to meeting you next time I'm up.

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