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Old 08-18-2004, 02:37 PM
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Just curious how many of us here work in the tooling\custom building end of Powerboating, and where at. I know of a few on here, just wondering how many others. I help out at Fountain. so who else is out there?

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I'd like too.
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Ken Hi I work in the back end also.
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i do small parts tooling (everything except hulls an decks) and composites. looking to build some complete custom boats in the future.


Steve1 . . . you ARE the back end . . . (had to take the shot man) hows the biz doing?
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Default Re: Powerboat tooling folks?

Hey guys glad to know im not the only one. Yeah steve have to watch the back end. I prefer to think of it as the begining of all good powerboats. Even if they do hide us in the BACK!!! Are you only doing your cheetah stuff now or weren't you helping Jack at Jaguar?
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I'd like too.
Same here, even if it meant less money. (which I don't see how that's possible)

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