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Old 07-16-2003, 03:09 PM
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I like "bumbers" stored in a Bikini top or just plain hagging.
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Fender is an OLD Nautical term...As in "To Fend Off" Thr auto ind. kinda borrowed it......

Don't hate me because my father was a stickler for such things..
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How about fumpers...or benders...

Well, I have been on a bender before!
 
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Old 07-16-2003, 04:06 PM
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How about fumpers...or benders...

Well, I have been on a bender before!
Me too,and I think I fell down and went "fump"
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Old 07-16-2003, 04:34 PM
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hey gary what exactly is a fender/bumper basket?? anywhere online i can see a pic of them??

ok what is the correct name?? and please provide proof with your opinion.



there is not enough room under my back seat as batteries are under there, and the small storage spot on one side of engine compartment is for anchor life vest and other side is trim and tab pumps.

porta potty spot is home to a sub
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hey greg maybe i should just buy your formula that way i dont have this problem any longer
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West Marine, under "Fender" Accessories

http://www.westmarine.com/webapp/wcs...207&storeNum=5
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A friend of mine uses the bags on the bottom side of the engine hatch of his 43 Black Thunder.'
http://www.westmarine.com/webapp/wcs...207&storeNum=5
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Or you can opt for the O/B boat and use the engine compartments were the I/O motors go. My cat has enough storage for everything you could want or need on the water. Tell you the truth I don`t know how I would of managed if I had gone I/O. I have 2 large fenders,2 center hole fenders, 2 anchors, cockpit sunbrella,1 gal O/B oil,6 lines,emergency kit, life preservers,assorted towels with room to spare. Oh and it still does 101
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You're not supposed to just let 'em hang?

After you go to all the trouble of getting the height just right, it seems a shame to take them off and stow them!
 
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