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Old 07-26-2001, 01:19 PM
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sharkymarine-- the pics you sent show O/B setup
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Old 07-26-2001, 01:25 PM
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The person that had it before me put a Gill Bracket on the boat w/an Outboard. I took it off. Look closer there is a pic of the engine compartment behind the rear bench seat. Everthing is off the boat and there is nothing in the engine compartment. IT'S AN I/O BOAT NOT AN OUTBOARD. THERE IS NO SPLASHWELL.........
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Old 07-26-2001, 01:46 PM
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you are as bad as me- on here 24/7, lol. check pics of mine here- http://photos.yahoo.com/davidlee48
75 Excalibur. You are up in Brick, I take it. I know the area sort of, been there a few times anyway. I will make arrangements to look at it with you. I have a couple to look at locally also. Thanks
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We sell new hulls and have one that was used and is being blueprinted as wee speak. With the hull design you will gain around 6-15 mph over conventional hull design. Check one out or drop me an email.
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where can i see some pics of the bat boats?
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Old 07-26-2001, 06:31 PM
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David, I will sell you my 26 Strike Cat W/O motor and drive, it has a SSM # 2 which is the same as the TRS so you can bolt yours right up!!
Has a HD trailer and will do 90 mph with a 500hp!
Once you go Cat ,you won't go back!!
U can view @: eastpier.com ,just click on used boats!
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I have viewed your pics and it seems as though we have the same hull. My deck is identical except for the fact I don't have hatches in the front. Also my rear seat doesn't come out in the middle like yours. I take it you needed room for a transmission? I hate to ask, What happened to this one??? It looks so nice! Yes, I am in Brick. Only 3 miles west of PROROC MARINE on Mantoloking Rd. or 2 miles from Kurt's Marine if you are familiar with those shops. If you know anyone interested in buying molds, than click this URL:SHARKEYMARINE PICS

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Old 07-26-2001, 08:02 PM
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Sharkey, I am really at a toss-up as to whether I should repair the hull or replace it. It has a crack in the chine at least 2 1/2 feet long, plus a piece 2 feet or so fell off the outer layer, at the crack, allowing a large amount of water in the boat. The rear seat was done to accomodate a big block, I believe. It sure does make access to the front of the engine very easy.
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Is it behind the inner liner where you don't have access to the inside of the boat? If not where is the crack exactly? Toward the Stern?Bow?
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Old 07-27-2001, 06:40 AM
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The crack starts about 2 feet from the transom, then forward. I will know the extent after I pull the engine and remove the port stiffener.
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