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Old 08-25-2002, 09:46 PM
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Old 08-26-2002, 12:28 AM
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WOW that drive looks killer!!!!!! I am not doing anything quite so exotic as yours. However I am going for that more stock look If you can call stock filling in the windows and making new exhaust ports and everything else. I can not waite to see the finished product with your rid it is going to be outstanding for sure!!! I just finished up sanding mine for the millionth time and there were a couple sand throughs that I had to fix, so hopefully tomarrow I can sand them out and buff it and get her on the trailer again.

Cord..... If memory serves me correctly my boat was in the water before the last time you were My last day in the water was Labor day week of Last year. That would make this a One year project from start to finish with of course no work in the winter. So maybe you are the king of all trailer queens

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HOLLY CRAP those are pollished and not painted!!! MAN how long did that take? What are you doing to protect them from staining and pitting? I know that there are some tricks that the car place does near my so I will try and find out. I know that they at one time used WD40 on the part and heated it. However I they are doing something different now. I will try and remember to ask.

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Old 08-26-2002, 10:40 AM
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John-who was on the water last is a moot point as my boat is a virgin.

Fred-I thought the Thunder Run was long since past. Are they running a second one? I think they did something like that last year. A little less organized and alot cheaper.
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