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Old 08-07-2002, 09:47 AM
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Default I have been bitten by the HOT-BOAT CURSE !!

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Well, I guess it was inevitable. Turns out Paul, doesn't even need to have been on your boat, just knowing him must rub off on your boat.

looks like if I have any future contact with him, i'm gonna have to wear garlic around my neck or something, although, what am I to do if he CALLS me ?? HMMMMM ????
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Chris,
Say it aint so. There's going to be nobody left on the Hudson.
Remember if you think your cursed your doomed. I think we need to have a cleansing ceremony at Gullies so everyone can feel freed.
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Damn Chris!...So, what's wrong with the Baja?
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Old 08-07-2002, 10:55 AM
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Default Chris,,, This is what we need to do !!

drag Paul right down the launch ramp and into the water, dressed in nothing but a TOGA, and one of those fig leaf head bands. We need to find some kind of WITCH DOCTOR to perform the ceremony.

After driving through newburgh at night a few times, I am sure we can find some spiritual " freak " and get this curse OVERWITH !!!.


Daze, hopefully its no biggie,,, developed a MISS at WOT and while getting on plane, changed out the cap, rotor, plugs and fuel filter, still did it,, then I noticed the coil was kinda popping once every so often and saw the spark ocassionaly jump out of the boot and arc across the poles. I have the new coil on order, should have it tomorrow, and I am keeping my fingers crossed thats all it is.. Was told the coil is probably cracked and leaking voltage causing it to short..
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Whew...Well, that's good(not really, but...could be worse)
At least it sounds like a simple fix! Good Luck!
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I hope it's a quick fix for ya Chris!!!
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Im screwed then, He was on my boat for a whole afternoon a couple of weeks ago. Time to trade the old baby in (2001)
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Old 08-07-2002, 10:13 PM
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Chris sorry to here about it. But it is kind of funny to see all the problems everyone has had. But no one has had it as bad as me. The only boat that seems to be immune to the curse is dads Bayliner, Go figure

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