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Old 12-09-2003, 07:13 PM
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Old 12-09-2003, 07:33 PM
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GLH, Boatme callme, its all about me, me me all the time

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Old 12-09-2003, 07:49 PM
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Off course it's always about me who else worries about me!
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Sorry I cut you short while i was in Key West. I was in a real hurry to get boat back in the water and meet up with the poker run. I trailered it down to KW from Lauderdale due to the rough condtions from Lauderdale to KeyLargo
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GL, if it is a trailer you are looking for you will not find a better trailer anywhere. These are hand built in a rather small shop by a bunch of guys who care. One time I had a seal blow out the back of an axle with a brake. I pumped too much grease in it and it was all over the brake. I was about 10 min from them in Comstock Park. I called them and they stayed late and fixed it. They did it for pizza and gave me a brake plate for cost. We had 5 guys on it and had it installed and bled in 15 minutes and I was back on the road. Boatme, it was a red 33 donzi, I bet they remember if they are still there. By far the best trailer and an active member to boot.
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Sorry I cut you short while i was in Key West. I was in a real hurry to get boat back in the water and meet up with the poker run. I trailered it down to KW from Lauderdale due to the rough condtions from Lauderdale to KeyLargo
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Yeah, Tell me about it. It was rough the day before with 5-13 foot seas. The wind was still blowing pretty good that AM so we made the decision to put it on the trailer. It was GReat ONE too. Alot of busted up hardware at the docks the next day
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