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Old 12-11-2003, 02:02 AM
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Grease up the elbow I had a red one never again!
ok now that has to be the most posted picture on OSO
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nice looking boat better get your towels ready that red is going to be hot
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Old 12-11-2003, 07:50 AM
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ok now that has to be the most posted picture on OSO
I don't have a four wheeler to post pictures of!
BUt your right about posting that picture.
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Old 12-11-2003, 08:12 AM
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Sharp looking boat. It's going to scream with a 350 Mag! Congratulations!
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that ought to be a blast, congrats!!
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Nice looking boat. It does have a lot of nice extras for a boat that size. I like the dual batteries and twin sticks for the thottle and shifter.

Won't be long and you'll be wanting to put a Whipple on it.

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Boat will be garaged when not in use, so I shouldn't have to worry about the paint fading on me. Heat will be another issue since it gets pretty hot in my area in the summer.

I was told the boat will do a little over 70, but who knows. I know the stock 20s will do low 60s with the 5.0 260 horse motor. My old boat did about 65, so as long as I don't go slower I will be happy. Old boat was a bit scary of a ride at 65. I expect this boat to feel much more solid.
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hey topdj, Your driveline there would be perfect for that boat.
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Congratulations on the new ride. I am sure it will be great!
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swet ultra clean boat very nice
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